Twins, Mariners both searching for positives

No hits in the past 15 innings. No runs in the past 19 innings. The Twins hope to snap out of it tonight in Seattle. The good news? The Mariners have lost six straight.
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No hits in the past 15 innings. No runs in the past 19 innings. The Twins hope to snap out of it tonight in Seattle. The good news? The Mariners have lost six straight.

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