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Minnesota Twins' Carlos Gomez, right, is caught in a rundown between Houston Astros first baseman Lance Berkman and shortstop Miguel Tejada in the fifth inning Saturday in Minneapolis. AP Photo/Jim Mone

Twins: Home runs go to waste in loss to Astros

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Houston Astros haven't had a lot of luck when trailing late in games this year. Fortunately for them, Minnesota's relievers haven't been so great holding onto leads recently.

Lance Berkman and Michael Bourn homered and the Astros rallied to beat the Twins 6-5 on Saturday night, winning for the fourth time in 33 games when trailing after six innings.

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