Twins continue historic march towards 100

The Twins lost their 10th straight game Tuesday night as the Mariners walked out of Target Field with a 5-4 victory. Minnesota's 94 losses now tie the 1997 Twins for the third worst season in franchise history.
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The Twins lost their 10th straight game Tuesday night as the Mariners walked out of Target Field with a 5-4 victory. Minnesota's 94 losses now tie the 1997 Twins for the third worst season in franchise history.

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