Indians send Twins to 7th-straight loss

It's another rough one at Target Field as Cleveland scores early and often, winning 10-4. The loss overshadowed the first major league home run by Twins first baseman Chris Parmelee.
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It's another rough one at Target Field as Cleveland scores early and often, winning 10-4. The loss overshadowed the first major league home run by Twins first baseman Chris Parmelee.

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