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Tigers shut out Twins, 8-0

Twins starting pitcher Sam Deduno was pounded by Detroit hitters early Saturday as the Tigers rolled on to an 8-0 win over the Twins at Comerica Park. The Tigers' Miguel Cabrera hit his 42nd home run in the win, which keeps him in contention for the American League Triple Crown.
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Twins starting pitcher Sam Deduno was pounded by Detroit hitters early Saturday as the Tigers rolled on to an 8-0 win over the Twins at Comerica Park. The Tigers' Miguel Cabrera hit his 42nd home run in the win, which keeps him in contention for the American League Triple Crown.

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