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Twins 5, Indians 1

Twins 5, Indians 1

CLEVELAND — Tyler Duffey pitched seven scoreless innings, Eddie Rosario drove in three runs and the Twins won their first road series of the season. Duffey allowed six hits and struck out six, giving Minnesota back-to-back wins for only the third time this season. The Twins broke an eight-game losing streak Saturday and have won four of six against Cleveland this season. Rosario's RBI single in the second inning gave Minnesota the lead. He added a two-run double in the ninth.

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