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Twins did not support Lopez's big exit

The Rays left the Venezuelan team on the field

Despite great dominance in his thirteenth outing of the season, victory seemed elusive to Pablo Lopez this Wednesday. The Minnesota Twins, the Venezuelan team, were left on the field 2-1 by the Tampa Bay Rays.

López went seven full innings, allowing five hits, one earned run on a home run, one walk and six strikeouts.

The run allowed by the Zuliano was thanks to a home run in the second inning by Isaac Paredes that made the score 1-0 in favor of the Rays.

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The Twins' offense saved Pablo López from taking the loss in the ninth inning. Royce Williams hit a one-run single to tie the game at 1-1.

In the bottom of that same inning, a home run by Randy Arozarena sealed the victory for Tampa Bay.

Lopez dropped his ERA to 4.25 and went without a decision, keeping his record at 3-3 in 13 starts.

The victory went to Jason Adam. The defeated pitcher was Jhoan Duran.

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