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Twins' starters are putting together one of the worst seasons in team history

Twins starters have a combined ERA of 5.80. Only three teams over the last ten years have had its starting pitching staff finish with an ERA that high. The last time the Twins had a starting staff this bad was 1995, when a 22-year old Brad Radke was part of a group of that finished with a 6.11 ERA.
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