Twins silenced by Athletics, 5-1

Another day at the ballpark and another loss for the slumping Twins. Oakland kept Minnesota's bats silent and won the rubber game of the series, 5-1. Minnesota managed just three hits, giving them a total of seven over the last two games.
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