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Verlander, Cabrera put brakes on Twins' winning streak, 5-1

Minnesota's winning streak ran into the buzz saw that is Justin Verlander's right arm. Chris Parmalee's solo homer was the only run the Twins could muster, while Detroit's Miguel Cabrera homered in back-to-back innings. Starter Brian Duensing had to leave in the fifth after taking a line drive off the ankle, but the Twins say it's only a bruise.
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Minnesota's winning streak ran into the buzz saw that is Justin Verlander's right arm. Chris Parmalee's solo homer was the only run the Twins could muster, while Detroit's Miguel Cabrera homered in back-to-back innings. Starter Brian Duensing had to leave in the fifth after taking a line drive off the ankle, but the Twins say it's only a bruise.

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