Diamond sparkles as Twins earn split with Blue Jays

Scott Diamond's streak of scoreless innings has reached 14 and he's tightened his grip on a spot in the starting rotation. Brian Dozier's first big-league home run helped Diamond to the victory in the Twins' 4-3 win over Toronto. Minnesota's victory total has now reached double figures with the first-place Cleveland Indians coming to town Monday.
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Scott Diamond's streak of scoreless innings has reached 14 and he's tightened his grip on a spot in the starting rotation. Brian Dozier's first big-league home run helped Diamond to the victory in the Twins' 4-3 win over Toronto. Minnesota's victory total has now reached double figures with the first-place Cleveland Indians coming to town Monday.

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