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Morneau, Willingham provide heroics in extra-inning win over Cubs, 8-7

Justin Morneau's RBI triple in the bottom of the ninth tied the game and the Twins walked off the Cubs in the bottom of the tenth on Josh Willingham's RBI single in the tenth. 8-7 was the final score.
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Justin Morneau's RBI triple in the bottom of the ninth tied the game and the Twins walked off the Cubs in the bottom of the tenth on Josh Willingham's RBI single in the tenth. 8-7 was the final score.

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