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Twins top Tigers, sweep series

Powered by home runs from Justin Morneau and Trevor Plouffe, the Twins took out the Tigers, 4-3. It's Minnesota's first two-game winning streak since early April. P.J. Walters gave the Twins a solid outing, earning his first win as a Twin.
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DETROIT -- Justin Morneau homered and had three RBIs to power the Twins to a 4-3 win over Detroit Thursday at Comerica Park.

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