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Trevor Plouffe

Twins beat Rays, 5-3, notch season-high sixth straight win

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. These Twins are living large. Tampa Bay loaded the bases against them in three straight innings but failed the score. The Twins bunted twice in the seventh inning, popping one up, but reached base both times and then scored. Where the Rays failed to capitalize, the Twins did. When Tampa Bay looked primed for a big inning, there was a Twins pitcher getting in their way. A lot of things are clicking for the Twins right now, and their 5-3 victory over the Rays gave them their season-high sixth straight win. All six wins have come on the road, their longest road winning streak since Aug. 14-26, 2007. The Twins scored twice in the seventh to break a 2-2 tie. With Shane...