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Twins go punchless in 5-2 loss to Seattle

The Twins' offense was punchless Tuesday night in a 5-2 loss to the Mariners. Minnesota managed only four hits. Two of the hits didn't come until the ninth inning. With a record of 52-77, the Twins need to win 11 of their final 33 games to avoid 100 losses.
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The Twins' offense was punchless Tuesday night in a 5-2 loss to the Mariners. Minnesota managed only four hits in the game. Two of their hits didn't come until the ninth inning. At 52-77, the Twins need to win 11 of their final 33 games to avoid 100 losses.

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