Liriano, Twins look to take two in Bronx

One win in Yankee Stadium seemed improbable. Is two out of the question? Francisco Liriano starts tonight as the Twins and Yankees continue their four-game set. Liriano has struggled so far, failing to get past the fifth inning in either of his two starts.
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One win in Yankee Stadium seemed improbable. Is two out of the question? Francisco Liriano starts tonight as the Twins and Yankees continue their four-game set. Liriano has struggled so far, failing to get past the fifth inning in either of his two starts.

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