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Twins can't manage a sweep, lose to Red Sox 6-4

Brooms are quietly returning to the closets of Twins fans after a ninth inning rally fell short Sunday. Home runs by Josh Willingham and Ryan Doumit kept it interesting but were not enough to prevent another Nick Blackburn loss. Meanwhile, Ben Revere's outfield wizardry keeps overshadowing his hitting streak, which is now at 19 games.
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