(Minneapolis, MN) - Cleveland scored five runs in the fifth inning to take a 6-0 lead and the Minnesota Twins could only answer with two runs in falling to the Indians for the second straight game. The win pulled the Tribe into a first-place tie with the Twins in the American League Central for the first time since April 26th. The Twins have lost four consecutive games for the first time this season and have lost three straight against the Indians. Jason Castro homered in the fifth to get the Twins on the board. Eddie Rosario followed that with a home run to right in the sixth inning -- which was the 226th of the season -- setting a record for the most home runs in club history. Devin Smeltzer took the loss for the Twins, giving up seven hits and six earned runs in four and a third innings. He struck out four and walked three batters.