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Texas pitcher Yu Darvish holds up the ball as Minnesota's Ryan Doumit reacts after Darvish tagged him out as he attempted to score on a fielder's choice Saturday at Target Field. Jim Mone | Associated Press

Twins leave 15 men on base in 6-2 loss to Texas

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The Minnesota Twins kept putting guys on base, and Yu Darvish kept them there.

It's the story of Minnesota's season so far.

Darvish went five-plus innings, Josh Hamilton homered and the Texas Rangers beat the Twins 6-2 on Saturday.

Adrian Beltre drove in two runs and put Texas ahead with a single in the seventh that scored Brandon Snyder, who had a career-high three hits.

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