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Twins must solve Jered Weaver (again) to avoid sweep

Jered Weaver is 3-0 with a 2.02 ERA with the L.A. Angels this year, but the last time he pitched against the Twins he was knocked around a bit.
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Jered Weaver is 3-0 with a 2.02 ERA with the L.A. Angels this year, but the last time he pitched against the Twins he was knocked around a bit. Minnesota will have to get to him again if they want to avoid their fourth three-game sweep of the young season.

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