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Thome homers in return to Minnesota

Jim Thome hit a home run in the ninth inning off of Joe Nathan and the Indians beat the Twins, 7-6. It was Thome's first game back in Minnesota, and he received a video tribute before his first at-bat. The Twins have now lost six games in row and are now the second team in baseball with 90-losses.
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Jim Thome hit a home run in the ninth inning off of Joe Nathan and the Indians beat the Twins, 7-6. It was Thome's first game back in Minnesota, and he received a video tribute before his first at-bat. The Twins have now lost six games in row and are now the second team in baseball with 90-losses.

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