José Ramírez became the second player to get intentionally walked three times and have three hits in a game since Major League Baseball began tracking free passes in 1955 as the Cleveland Guardians held on to beat the Detroit Tigers 9-8 in 10 innings on Tuesday night. Ramírez joined Paul Goldschmidt, who pulled off the feat for Arizona against Milwaukee in 2015. The Home Run Derby participant is also the first to have three intentional walks in a game since San Diego’s Jake Cronenworth did it nearly three years ago. Steven Kwan, who is No. 1 in the majors with a .363 batting average, led off the 10th with his third hit of the game. Josh Naylor followed with a tiebreaking single for his fourth RBI. Brayan Rocchio added a sacrifice fly, scoring Kwan, in the extra inning for the AL Central-leading Guardians, who blew a 6-0 lead early in the game.