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White Sox Beat Twins Again 6-1

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The Twins lost their 2nd straight game 6-1 at home to the Chicago White Sox  Saturday night.  Chicago broke the scoreless tie in the 5th inning with 2 runs and Minnesota responded with a Danny Valencia RBI single in the 6th to cut the lead to 2-1.  The White Sox scored 4 combined runs in the 9th inning off Glen Perkins and Joe Nathan to put the game out of reach.  Michael Cuddyer, Delmon Young and Matt Tolbert each had 2 hits for the Twins.

Minnesota is 51-62 and is now 10 games back of Detroit for first place in the American League Central.  The Twins host the White Sox again today at 1:10, pregame on WJON at 12:40.

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