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Twins trounce Chisox twice

July 7, 2007

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Twins 20-12, White Sox 14-0

Chicago - Justin Morneau homered three times in the second game of a doubleheader, and Minnesota capped a huge day on offense by routing Chicago, 12-0. The Twins won, 20-14, in the opener.

First Game

MINNESOTACHICAGO

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Mauer c6445Thome dh4213

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Kubel lf3127Mckwk lf5241

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THall c5010

Totals47202120Totals44141814

Minnesota411620420-20

Chicago031031213-14

E-Morneau (2), Mackowiak (2), Fields (3), Cintron (5), Garland (1), Day (1). DP-Chicago 1. LOB-Minnesota 10, Chicago 8. 2B-LCastillo (8), Mauer (16), THunter 2 (25), Uribe (6), Konerko 2 (17), Fields (6), Cintron (6). 3B-Cintron (1). HR-THunter (18), Kubel (7), Thome (13), Konerko (16), Fields (5). SF-Kubel 2.

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Minnesota

Baker W,3-3597716

ROrtiz243210

Cali1 1-354410

JRincon2-300011

Chicago

Garland L,6-63 1-311121130

Masset3 1-386510

Day2-322221

Bukvich1 2-300020

T-3:42. A-31,543 (40,615).

Second Game

MINNESOTACHICAGO

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Gerrier p0000Iguchi 2b4010

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Nathan p0000Knerko 1b4010

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Cddyer rf4221Terrero rf1000

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Kubel lf4120

Garza p2000

Cirillo 3b2113

Punto 3b4110

Totals40121512Totals29050

Minnesota302010600-12

Chicago000000000-0

DP-Minnesota 2, Chicago 1. LOB-Minnesota 9, Chicago 5. 2B-Bartlett (12), Punto (9), Iguchi (15), Konerko (18). HR-Cuddyer (10), Morneau 3 (23), THunter (19), Cirillo (2). CS-Owens (1). S-Garza.

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Minnesota

Garza W,1-0650036

Guerrier200001

Nathan100000

Chicago

Floyd L,0-15 2-386642

Logan2-335521

Thornton1 2-341112

Jenks100002

T-3:02. A-32,426 (40,615).

Blue Jays 8, Indians 6

Toronto - Vernon Wells homered and drove in three runs.

CLEVELANDTORONTO

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Totals366116Totals338108

Cleveland101120001-6

Toronto05012000x-8

E-JhPeralta (14). LOB-Cleveland 7, Toronto 8. 2B-Sizemore (16), Blake (20), Hafner (10), Francisco (3), Nixon (13), Rios (22), Thomas (11), Clayton (13). 3B-Stairs (1). HR-Blake (13), VWells (13). SB-Sizemore (24). CS-Rios (2). S-Johnson. SF-VMartinez, Shoppach.

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Cleveland

ClLee L,5-5466530

FCabrera242221

Mastny200012

Toronto

Halladay W,10-35 2-395513

Downs110001

Janssen1 1-300002

Accardo S,11111110

WP-ClLee, Halladay.

T-2:57. A-28,526 (48,900).

Rangers 4, Orioles 3, 10 inn.

Arlington, Texas - Michael Young's one-out RBI single in the 10th inning sent Texas past Baltimore after Rangers closer Eric Gagne gave up a run in the ninth for his first blown save.

BALTIMORETEXAS

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Huff dh5010Diaz rf1000

RaHrdz c5000MBrd rf3110

Gbbons lf5000Wlkrsn 1b3112

Gomez 3b4020Mlhuse c4000

Bynum ss1000Metcalf 3b4220

Fahey ss3110

Totals38393Totals32474

Baltimore 0000002010-3

Texas 0010020001-4

One out when winning run scored.

LOB-Baltimore 10, Texas 7. 2B-BRoberts (19), Markakis (24), Huff (20), Gomez (5), Catalanotto (7), Metcalf (4). HR-Wilkerson (14). SB-CPatterson (17), Markakis (9). S-Hairston Jr. 2. SF-Vazquez.

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Baltimore

Guthrie653333

Bradford1 2-300001

JWalker1 1-300002

Shuey L,0-1 1-321110

Texas

Loe650033

CJWilson2-312220

Francisco1 1-300001

Gagne131101

Benoit W,3-2100000

T-3:09. A-24,035 (48,911).

Tigers 9, Red Sox 2

Detroit - The highest-scoring offense in baseball was too much for the team with the best record in the majors. Curtis Granderson led off the fifth with a home run, and Marcus Thames added a grand slam in the inning, lifting Detroit over Boston.

Detroit, which is averaging about six runs a game, won the series opener over the Red Sox, who are 53-32. Rookie Andrew Miller (4-2) gave up one run and three hits over seven innings. He matched a season-high with six strikeouts and set a career mark with four walks in his 109-pitch outing.

BOSTONDETROIT

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JLugo ss3100

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Detroit00035001x-9

E-Lowell (13). DP-Boston 1, Detroit 1. LOB-Boston 7, Detroit 8. 2B-Lowell (22), MRamirez (20), Polanco (20), Inge (13). 3B-WPena (1). HR-Mirabelli (3), Granderson (12), Thames (9). SB-Crisp (16), JLugo (21). SF-Thames.

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Boston

Tavarez L,5-74 2-3108814

Lopez1 1-320000

Delcarmen110000

Snyder121111

Detroit

Miller W,4-2731146

Durbin221112

HBP-by Tavarez (Sheffield), by Tavarez (Rabelo).

T-2:41. A-43,839 (41,070).

Yankees 14, Angels 9

New York - Alex Rodriguez rejoined the Yankees' lineup and showed off All-Star form, hitting a home run that tied him with Lou Gehrig on the career list. A day after a strained left hamstring forced him to miss his only game this year, Rodriguez hit a two-run homer in the sixth for a 12-9 lead. His 493rd homer matched Gehrig and Fred McGriff for 22nd place.

LOS ANGELESNEW YORK

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New York02601302x-14

E-Matthews (4), Cairo (2). DP-Los Angeles 3, New York 1. LOB-Los Angeles 4, New York 4. 2B-OCabrera 2 (26), Matthews (15), JMolina (6), ARodriguez (21), Posada (24). HR-ARodriguez (29). SB-Figgins (20), Damon 2 (15), MeCabrera (6). S-JMolina, Cairo. SF-BAbreu.

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Los Angeles

Colon277722

Oliver2 2-342201

Bootcheck L,2-2 2-343311

Moseley242210

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New York

Pettitte5108815

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Colon pitched to 5 batters in the 3rd, Pettitte pitched to 3 batters in the 6th.

HBP-by Ramirez (Quinlan). WP-Proctor.

T-3:20. A-52,059 (56,937).

Mariners 7, Athletics 1

Oakland, Calif. - Adrian Beltre went 5-for-5 with two homers, and Seattle took advantage of an AL record-tying four errors by Oakland third baseman Marco Scutaro to beat All-Star Dan Haren for the second time this season.

Beltre hit a solo homer in the second inning and a two-run shot in the eighth.

SEATTLEOAKLAND

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Seattle010000330-7

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E-DJohnson (4), Scutaro 4 (7). DP-Seattle 2, Oakland 2. LOB-Seattle 9, Oakland 4. 2B-Vidro (10), Beltre 2 (21), DJohnson (14). HR-Beltre 2 (12). SB-Bloomquist (4). CS-JGuillen (1).

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Seattle

JfWeaver541124

O'Ftry W,6-0100001

Morrow110001

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Sherrill100001

Oakland

Haren L,10-36 1-374313

JKennedy2-322200

Lewis211011

HBP-by JKennedy (Broussard).

T-2:55. A-19,158 (34,077).

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