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Make it 11 straight losses for Twins

The Minnesota Twins lost again. Seattle came from behind and sent Minnesota to it's 11th consecutive loss with a 5-4 victory at Target Field. Despite starting the game with five perfect innings, Kevin Slowey lost his seventh straight start.
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The Minnesota Twins lost again. Seattle came from behind and sent Minnesota to it's 11th consecutive loss with a 5-4 victory at Target Field. Despite starting the game with five perfect innings, Kevin Slowey lost his seventh straight start.

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