The Milwaukee Brewers have done it again, beating the Twins for a second day in a row in the border battle with a 4-2 win at Target Field Saturday.
The Brewers are at the bottom of the NL Central Division, while the Twins lead AL Central, but the standings didn't matter as the two former Twins helped Milwaukee find the win.
Ex-Twin Carlos Gomez had three RBIs in the last three innings, leading his new team to the win, KSTP reports. Ryan Braun also added a home run for Milwaukee.
Former Twin Matt Garza pitched seven innings allowing just one run in six hits, MLB.com reports.
That run came from an RBI single from Joe Mauer in the sixth inning.
Dozier closed the game to a one-run gap with a solo homer to lead off the eighth inning. It marked Dozier's 11th team-leading home run of the year.
This is the first time the Twins have dropped a series since they went 1 - 3 against the Tigers on May 12 - 14, according to MLB.com.
The Twins are now 32-23 and will finish up the series at 1:10 p.m. Sunday. Twins pitcher Mike Pelfrey is slated to start on the mound.