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Twins' win streak ends in loss to Cleveland, 7-1

Carl Pavano lasted just 3.2 innings and allowed six earned runs for the second straight start as the Indians belted the Twins, 7-1 in Cleveland Friday night. The biggest blow to Pavano and the Twins came in the fourth inning, when Jason Kipnis hit a grand slam. The loss snaps Minnesota's three-game winning streak.
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Carl Pavano lasted just 3.2 innings and allowed six earned runs for the second straight start as the Indians belted the Twins, 7-1 in Cleveland Friday night. The biggest blow to Pavano and the Twins came in the fourth inning, when Jason Kipnis hit a grand slam.

Brian Dozier drove in the only Minnesota run with an RBI single in the seventh.

The loss snaps the Twins' three-game winning streak.

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