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The Twins lost to Miami 4-2 at Marlins Stadium in Florida on Tuesday night in front of just over 14,000 fans. Kevin Corriea took the loss for Minnesota and falls to 6-5 on the year after pitching six innings of five-hit, two run ball.

Josh Willingham hit an RBI single in the third inning that gave the Twins a 1-0 lead that held up until the sixth.

Marcel Ozuna hit an RBI single to tie the game for Miami off of Corriea, then took the lead on the same play when Giancarlo Stanton scored on a Clete Thomas error.

Oswaldo Arcia and Joe Mauer each had a pair of hits for the Twins, who managed eight total hits in the loss.

The Twins and Marlins are back at Wednesday morning at 11:10 am.