The Minnesota Twins scored two runs in the top of the twelfth inning Saturday night to beat the Angels 5-3 in Los Angeles. It was a double by Mitch Garver, scoring Eddie Rosario from first that broke the 3-3 tie.

The Twins were led by a pair of home runs by outfielder Eddie Rosario, one which came as part of a three run ninth inning. The Twins had been 0-14 this season when trailing after eight innings.


After a tough April, Minnesota is trying to claw its way back to .500 in the standings -- with the Twins now 17-18, somehow just a half game behind first place Cleveland in the American League's Central Division.

The Twins and Angeles play the last in their four-game series today in Los Angeles. First pitch is set for 3:07 PM CT (TV: Fox Sports North, Radio: 1240 WJON).

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