Robinson Tejeda took the loss, his first in five outings as a starter. (Charlie Riedel/AP)
By Dick Kaegel / MLB.com
Billy Butler hit homers No. 20 and 21 while driving in four, but Robinson Tejeda struggled for the first time as a starter. Tejeda kept Minnesota hitless until the fourth inning, but the wheels came off in the fifth, when he issued four walks as the Twins scored four times.
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