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Twins 12, Indians 5

Twins 12, Indians 5

CLEVELAND — Twins rookie Max Kepler had three two-run homers and six RBIs. Kepler homered off Indians starter Danny Salazar in the first and third innings and hit another off Cody Anderson in the sixth. Kepler became the first Twin to homer three times in a game since Justin Morneau in 2007. He also had a single. Joe Mauer was 4-for- 4 and homered in the eighth off Andrew Miller.

Twins 12, Indians 5 08/01/16 [Last modified: Monday, August 1, 2016 10:47pm]
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