MINNEAPOLIS - David Price pitched eight shutout innings as the Tampa Bay Rays downed the Minnesota Twins 5-1 on Saturday at Target Field.

Price limited the Twins to just four hits and picked up nine strikeouts for the win.

Minnesota got on the board in the ninth inning, thanks to a Kurt Suzuki RBI single. Twins starter Phil Hughes went seven innings, but allowed 11 hits and five earned runs.

The Twins fall to 44-52 overall this year with the loss. They'll hope to avoid a sweep at home against the Rays at 1:10 p.m. on Sunday.