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Twins 3, Tigers 2

Twins 3, Tigers 2

MINNEAPOLIS — Eduardo Escobar's two-run double with one out in the ninth lifted the Twins. After former Ray Joaquin Benoit issued a leadoff walk to Trevor Plouffe, reliever Phil Coke entered and got the first out. Brian Dozier's single advanced pinch-runner Jamey Carroll to third, then Escobar drove the first pitch from Coke to the deepest part of the park in front of the bullpens in left-center.

Twins 3, Tigers 2 04/03/13 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 3, 2013 11:13pm]
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