Twins head to Chicago for 3 games

The Minnesota Twins open a three-game series with the White Sox in Chicago on Monday night. Samuel Deduno (5-2, 3.72) takes the mound for the Twins. Left-hander Hector Santiago (2-1, 3.91) will pitch for the White Sox. Heading into the series, Deduno has allowed three earned runs or fewer in six of his last eight starts.
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The Minnesota Twins open a three-game series with the White Sox in Chicago on Monday night. Samuel Deduno (5-2, 3.72) takes the mound for the Twins. Left-hander Hector Santiago (2-1, 3.91) will pitch for the White Sox. Heading into the series, Deduno has allowed three earned runs or fewer in six of his last eight starts.

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