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USA TODAY Sports Texas Rangers’ catcher Chris Gimenez, right, slides past Minnesota Twins’ catcher Kurt Suzuki to score in the eighth inning Monday at Target Field in Minneapolis.

Rangers’ bats stay hot in win at Minnesota

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MINNEAPOLIS — The Texas Rangers took advantage of their chances late in innings Monday, scoring a 7-2 win over the slumping Minnesota Twins at Target Field.

The Twins, who entered the day on a three-game losing streak, were able to get two outs without getting into trouble routinely on Monday. But the Rangers remained patient, scoring all seven of their runs with two away, plating two runs apiece in the second and fifth innings before breaking the game open with a three-run eighth.

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