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(CHICAGO) - The Minnesota Twins snapped their six-game losing streak in a big way, blowing out the Chicago White Sox 20-1 at US Cellular Field.
Joe Mauer went 3-for-4 with a grand slam and six RBI.
Michael Cuddyer and Matt Tolbert hit three-run shots with Joe Crede adding a solo homer as Minnesota avoided a sweep in the three-game series.
Nick Blackburn pitched seven scoreless innings, allowing four hits to pick up the win and improve to 3-2.
Bartolo Colon took the loss, allowing eight runs, only one earned, in two innings of work to fall to 2-4.
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