Twins Score Late, Beat Rays 6-2
St. Petersburg, FL (Learfield) -- The Minnesota Twins scored five times in the last three innings, wiping out a Tampa Bay lead to win 6-2 Saturday.
Eddie Rosario's two-run homer in the seventh gave the Twins the lead for good and they went on to win for the seventh time in the last nine games. Miguel Sano hit his 16th an inning later and Joe Mauer doubled in a pair in the ninth.
Ervin Santana picked up his sixth win by going six-and-a-third innings, allowing six hits, two runs and no walks. The Twins are two games over .500 since starting the season 11-and-34. Jose Berrios (2-1) starts for Minnesota in today's 5:10 p-m game in Florida. Coverage begins with the pre-game show at 4:30 on 1340 KROC AM.