Detroit, MI (Sports Network) - Chris Herrmann finished 3-for-5 with a pair of doubles -- including the game-deciding RBI two-bagger in the eighth -- while driving in two as Minnesota got past Detroit, 7-6, in the rubber match of a three-game set.
Ryan Doumit clubbed a three-run homer and Brian Dozier knocked in a run for the Twins, who had lost four in a row prior to arriving in Michigan.
Casey Fien (3-2) tossed a scoreless seventh inning for the win, and Glen Perkins did the same in the ninth to earn his 30th save.
Austin Jackson hit a three-run blast and Bryan Holaday added a solo shot for the Tigers, losers in four of their last seven.
Bruce Rondon (1-2) was charged with the winning run while recording two outs in the eighth.