Preview: Twins begin road trip in Seattle

There is good news and bad news as the Twins head to Seattle to start a lengthy west coast road trip. The good news is they won't have to face Felix Hernandez, who fired the 23rd perfect game in MLB history on Wednesday. The bad news is the Twins are falling deeper into the AL Central basement.
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