Twins come alive late, run away for 8-3 victory over Angels

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Twins come alive late, run away for 8-3 victory over Angels
Twins come alive late, run away for 8-3 victory over Angels

Twins come alive late, run away for 8-3 victory over Angels ANAHEIM, Calif. – Sometimes the rallies are lightning strikes. Sometimes they're slow boils. The Minnesota Twins got both on Tuesday. In the span of three pitches, the Twins turned a three-run deficit into a tie game. And over the drip-drip-drip of a 35-pitch inning, they blew the game open with four more runs, ultimately collecting their seventh win in eight games, 8-3 over the Los Angeles Angels. Minnesota widened its AL Central lead to a season-best 6 1/2 games by backing the solid start of Michael Pineda with the big finish of Marwin Gonzalez, who celebrated his first career start as a designated hitter by driving in three runs with

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