Twins 6, Brewers 4: Josh Willingham and Brian Dozier homered as visiting Minnesota powered past Milwaukee.Samuel Deduno (2-3) allowed two run on six hits and four walks in five innings to pick up the win for the Twins, who ended up with a two-game split of the home-and-home set that shifts to Minnesota on Wednesday. Dozier went 3-for-3 and Josmil Pinto added an RBI to pace the Twins offense.Yovani Gallardo (3-4) was knocked around for six runs and eight hits in five innings to absorb the loss. Jean Segura had two hits and Ryan Braun drove in two runs while Lyle Overbay and Martin Maldonado each recorded an RBI for the Brewers.Milwaukee grabbed the lead in the first inning when Segura and Scooter Gennett led off with back-to-back singles before Segura came in to score on Braun's RBI fielder's choice. Minnesota got that run right back in the next half-inning as Trevor Plouffe reached with a one-out single, moved up on a wild pitch and an error and scored on Pinto's single.Willingham put the Twins ahead for good with one swing in the third, following singles from Dozier and Joe Mauer with a shot into the Brewers bullpen in left-center. Dozier's two-run blast in the fifth made it 6-2 and Glen Perkins allowed a run in the ninth before locking up his 15th save.GAME NOTEBOOK: Willingham has driven in at least one run in six straight games and owns four home runs in that span. … Brewers 3B Aramis Ramirez (hamstring) is expected to return to the lineup and serve as the DH in Minnesota on Wednesday. … Milwaukee C Jonathan Lucroy got the day off after starting every game since May 13.