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Twins Top Indians For Fourth Straight Win Saturday

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The Twins beat the Cleveland Indians 3-2 Saturday night at Target Field for their fourth straight win. Minnesota improves to 41-53 on the season with the victory.

Kevin Corriea cruised through five innings in his start for the Twins, but surrendered a tie-breaking two run home run to Indians all star second baseman Jason Kipnis in the sixth.

The Twins answered back with three runs in the bottom of the sixth inning, two on groundouts and one on an RBI single from Chris Colabello. The run driven in was the 29-year old’s career first.

Glen Perkins faced four batters in the ninth inning to earn his 23rd save of the season.

 

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