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Twins 6, Brewers 4

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers have lost seven of their last eight to the Minnesota Twins, falling 6-4 Wednesday night in Minneapolis.  The Twins broke a 4-4 tie in the bottom of the seventh with run-scoring singles by Oswaldo Arcia and Trevor Plouffe.  Rob Wooten took the loss, after he gave up the deciding run in two-thirds of an inning.  He's now 1-3.  Twins' starter Ricky Nolasco got the win, as he struck out seven in seven frames.  Nolasco is now 4-5.  Glen Perkins pitched a 1-2-3 ninth for his 16th save.  Designated hitter Aramis Ramirez hit a three-run homer in his first game for the Brewers after he strained a hamstring almost a month ago.  Mark Reynolds drove home Milwaukee's other run with a double.  Arcia had a three-run homer for the Twins, which hit the right-field foul pole.  It was served up by Brewers' starter Marco Estrada, who has now given up a Major League-leading 18 homers this season.  Minnesota first baseman Joe Mauer ended his Interleague hitting steak at 20 games as he went 0 for 4.  The Twins have now won two straight and three of their last four.  The Brewers have now lost identical 6-4 contests to the Twins in two different stadiums.  The Crew will go for a split of the four-game home-and-home series tonight at Target Field.  Right-hander Wily Peralta faces Twins' right-hander Kevin Correia.  Pregame coverage on WHBL gets underway at 6:35.