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Twins blow six-run lead, Indians sweep

It's another double-whammy for the Twins as they not only blow a big lead, but get swept in a day/night doubleheader in Cleveland.
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It's another double-whammy for the Twins as they not only blow a big lead, but get swept in a day/night doubleheader in Cleveland.

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