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Swarzak: Streak-stopper?

Starter Anthony Swarzak can bring a tiny bit of joy to Twins Territory if he can help stop the current 11-game losing streak. Don't look at his stats from last time out, though. He gave up seven runs to the Indians before getting yanked in the second inning.
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Starter Anthony Swarzak can bring a tiny bit of joy to Twins Territory if he can help stop the current 11-game losing streak. Don't look at his stats from last time out, though. He gave up seven runs to the Indians before getting yanked in the second inning.

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