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Plouffe homers twice, Brewers win on late homer

Trevor Plouffe homered twice but the Twins lost to the Brewers, 5-3 at Target Field Friday night. The game was tied tied, 3-3 in the ninth before Martin Maldonado hit a two-run homer to give Milwaukee the win.
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Trevor Plouffe homered twice but the Twins lost to the Brewers, 5-3 at Target Field Friday night. The game was tied tied, 3-3 in the ninth before Martin Maldonado hit a two-run homer to give Milwaukee the win.

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