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Last updated on Friday, July 8, 2011
(CHICAGO, IL) - Ben Revere and Joe Mauer drove in two runs apiece as the Minnesota Twins handed the Chicago White Sox their third-straight loss, a 6-2 setback at US Cellular Field.
The Twins scored all six of their runs in the first four innings as starter Carl Pavano cruised.
The White Sox scored in the bottom of the fifth when Mark Teahan hit a two-run shot off Pavano, is third home run of the season.
Pavano lasted seven innings, giving up six hits to even his record at 6-6.
White sox starter Phil Humber didn't make it out of the fourth inning, giving up all six Minnesota runs on eleven hits to drop to 8-5.
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