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O's rally to top Twins, 4-3

Starter Cole De Vries pitched six strong innings, but the Twins bullpen couldn't hold the lead, and split their four-game series with the Twins. On a positive note, Cole De Vries allowed just one run over six innings and Trevor Plouffe extended his hitting streak to 17 games.
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