Longoria's HR streak reaches 4 games to power Rays 7-5

Minnesota Twins' Eduardo Nunez runs on his way to scoring from second base on a single by Joe Mauer against the Tampa Bay Rays in the first inning of a baseball game Sunday, June 5, 2016, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn)
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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Evan Longoria homered for the fourth consecutive game, connecting twice, and the Tampa Bay Rays earned a 7-5 win against the Minnesota Twins on Sunday.

Logan Morrison also homered twice and Longoria added an RBI single in the ninth for Tampa Bay, which entered with the third-most homers in the major leagues and hit a total of 11 in the four games in Minnesota.

Xavier Cedeno (3-1) got the win despite allowing a game-tying homer to Eduardo Nunez in the bottom of the eighth. Alex Colome stayed perfect with his 15th save in 15 chances.

Kevin Jepsen (2-5) allowed two hits and two walks in the ninth as the Twins lost for the sixth time in seven games.