Twins aim to snap four-game skid in series finale

The Minnesota Twins are still looking for their first win after the All-Star break. The Oakland Athletics are just one win away from completing a three-game road sweep against the Twins for the first time in more than a decade. Twins lefty Brian Duensing will make his fourth start of the season Sunday afternoon at Target Field.
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The Minnesota Twins are still looking for their first win after the All-Star break. The Oakland Athletics are just one win away from completing a three-game road sweep against the Twins for the first time in more than a decade, the Associated Press reports.

Twins lefty Brian Duensing will make his fourth start of the season Sunday afternoon at Target Field.

He'll be opposed by A's righty Jarrod Parker.

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