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The Twins were held to four hits in Wednesday's 6-0 spring training loss to the Orioles. Carl Pavano made his second spring start for the Twins and allowed one run on six hits in three innings.
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The Twins were held to four hits in Wednesday's 6-0 spring training loss to the Orioles. Carl Pavano made his second spring start for the Twins and allowed one run on six hits in three innings.

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