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Twins rip Indians with power and pitching, 11-0

Justin Morneau ripped a three-run homer in the first inning and Josh Willingham smacked a three-run shot in the fourth as the Twins blew out the Indians, 11-0 Friday night at Target Field. Scott Diamond threw his first career complete game shutout for his ninth win of the season.
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Justin Morneau ripped a three-run homer in the first inning and Josh Willingham smacked a three-run shot in the fourth as the Twins blew out the Indians, 11-0 Friday night at Target Field. With plenty of run support, Scott Diamond breezed through Cleveland's lineup for his first career complete game shutout. It's his ninth win of the season.

Willingham now has 80 RBI to the lead the Twins, and ranks second in Major League Baseball.

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