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Rays rattle Liriano, Twins, 6-2 for series win

Francisco Liriano's struggles continued in his third straight loss. The Tampa Bay Rays used sacrifice flies to drive in four of their six runs. Josh Willingham went hitless for the first time in a Twins uniform, ending his 15-game hitting streak.
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Francisco Liriano's struggles continued in his third straight loss. The Tampa Bay Rays used sacrifice flies to drive in four of their six runs. Josh Willingham went hitless for the first time in a Twins uniform, ending his 15-game hitting streak.

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