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Brewers destroy Twins, 16-4

The Brewers avoided being swept by the Twins with a 16-4 victory on Sunday. Twins' starter Jason Marquis was roughed up for eight runs in just 1.2 innings. The righthander's ERA blossomed to a grotesque 8.47.
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The Brewers avoided being swept by the Twins with a 16-4 victory on Sunday. Twins' starter Jason Marquis was roughed up for eight runs in just 1.2 innings. The righthander's ERA blossomed to a grotesque 8.47.

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