Sloppy Twins lose to Blue Jays, 6-2

There weren't any errors in the official box score, but the Twins blundered their way to a 6-2 loss against Toronto Thursday night. Jason Marquis gave up six runs before being pulled after four innings. His rough outing blended with defensive and base running mistakes led to quite a few boos from the Target Field crowd.
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There weren't any errors in the official box score, but the Twins blundered their way to a 6-2 loss against Toronto Thursday night. Jason Marquis gave up six runs before being pulled after four innings. His rough outing blended with defensive and base running mistakes led to quite a few boos from the Target Field crowd.

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