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Brian Duensing will be the 10th player to start for the Twins when he takes the mound Saturday in Cincinnati. The left-hander struggled last season as a starter, but combined to go 12-3 with an ERA of 2.93 in 22 starts between 2009 and 2010. Duensing says he just wants to give the team "a chance to win."
Following a drubbing Friday night in Cleveland, the Minnesota Twins got back at the Indians with a 7-4 win Saturday night at Progressive Field. Trevor Plouffe homered for the Twins in the sixth to break a 4-4 tie and Joe Mauer hit a two-run shot in the seventh to seal the victory.
After losing two straight, the Twins will try to get back on track tonight against the Brewers. Francisco Liriano faces off against Milwaukee starter Yovani Gallardo. Trevor Plouffe, meanwhile, just needs one homer to tie team leader Josh Willingham with 13 on the year. He’s hit five homers in his past six games.
The Twins’ Liam Hendriks takes on the Indians tonight, and is once again looking for his first victory in the majors. So far, he’s winless in 15 big league starts. Tonight’s game also kicks off a 10-game homestand for the Twins, all against AL Central foes.
The Twins are on the road. They've kicked off their annual Winter Caravan, a tour of 50 communities the next two weeks -- to be capped with TwinsFest at the Metrodome. The first stop was in Sauke Centre Monday, as manager Ron Gardenhire, hitting coach Joe Vavre and pitchers Brian Duensing and Glen Perkins met 350 fans at Holy Family School.