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Twins beat Brewers, 6-4

Published On: Jun 04 2014 10:04:55 PM CDT
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Oswaldo Arcia drove in four runs as the Minnesota Twins defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 6-4 at Target Field in Minneapolis

Arcia hit a three-run homer off Brewers starter Marco Estrada (5-3) in the fourth, then had an RBI single to give the Twins the lead for good, 5-4- in the bottom of the seventh.

Aramis Ramirez hit a three-run homer for the Brewers to tie the game at 4 in the seventh.

But Arcia's hit and Trevor Plouffe's run scoring single gave the Twins the win.

Ricky Nolasco (4-5) allowed four runs in seven innings to get the win.

Glen Perkins closed it out in the ninth for his 16th save- his second in the last two nights.

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