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Bottom-feeders Twins, Indians could decide Central

There are 15 games to go for the Twins, and nine of those are against the teams still in the playoff hunt: Six against against the Tigers and three against the Yankees. First up: A three-game series in Cleveland to avoid last place in the AL Central. The Twins are one game behind the Indians.
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