Tosoni's slam helps Twins avoid 100th loss

The Minnesota Twins avoided their 100th loss Tuesday night with a 7-4 victory over the Royals. Chris Parmelee hit a solo home run and Rene Tosoni blasted a grand slam for the Twins.
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The Minnesota Twins avoided their 100th loss Tuesday night with a 7-4 victory over the Royals. Chris Parmelee hit a solo home run and Rene Tosoni blasted a grand slam for the Twins.

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