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      Twins snap Detroit's streak with 6-2 victory

      The Tigers offense has looked impressive as of late. Scott Diamond of the Minnesota Twins put an end to that dominance Wednesday afternoon.

      Diamond pitched six solid innings, and the Twins got to Anibal Sanchez early in a 6-2 win over Detroit that snapped the Tigers' five-game winning streak.

      Sanchez (3-2) was coming off a 17-strikeout performance against Atlanta, and he fanned five in the first two innings against the Twins - but Minnesota scored two runs in the first and another in the second. Diamond (2-2) didn't allow a hit until Jhonny Peralta's single in the fifth.

      The Tigers fought back after trailing 3-0, but reliever Bruce Rondon allowed two more runs in the seventh to make it 5-2. Chris Parmelee hit a solo homer in the eighth.

      Diamond allowed two runs and four hits and was pulled after 88 pitches.