Twins' loss puts them one from 100

The Kansas City Royals scored four runs in the sixth inning to come-from-behind and beat the Twins 7-3 Monday night at Target Field. With 99-losses the Twins need to win their final two games to avoid a 100-loss season.
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The Kansas City Royals scored four runs in the sixth inning to come-from-behind and beat the Twins 7-3 Monday night at Target Field. With 99-losses the Twins need to win their final two games to avoid a 100-loss season.

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