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Deduno looks to bounce back against Tigers

Sam Deduno is on the mound tonight as the Twins take on the Tigers at Target Field. Minnesota -- tied with the Royals for last place in the AL Central -- hopes to snap a four-game losing streak. Deduno is 3-0 in six starts with the Twins.
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