Twins win series opener in Cleveland, 5-1 over Indians

  • Article by: La VELLE E.NEAL III , Star Tribune
  • Updated: August 24, 2013 - 12:59 AM

Pedro Florimon’s early RBI double set the stage, and Josh Willingham drove home two more in a pivotal seventh.

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scardellettiAug. 23, 13 9:50 PM

*FROM THE CLEVELANDER "HOME 'NOT SO SWEET' HOME" *********************** I'M NOT SURPRISED, THEY TANKED TONIGHT. BACK FROM THE ROAD, IS A DELIGHT. MANY INDIANS, MISSED THEIR FAMILY. NEEDED ROMANCE, YOU UNDERSTAND ME? IT'S HUMAN NATURE, IT'S BEING A GUY. NUMBER ONE PRIORITY, IT WAS DO OR DIE. SO LET'S JUST HOPE, THESE MEN ARE READY. IN TOMORROW'S GAME, PLAY REAL STEADY. TAKE THE NEXT TWO, THAT WOULD BE GOOD. NOW I'M DONE POEMING, FROM OLD COLLINWOOD. GOD BLESS SONINO JOHN PAUL SCARDELLETTI - A CHRISTIAN

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bluedevil101Aug. 23, 13 9:52 PM

scardelletti: If the Twins win again tomorrow night, what will be the excuse then?

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bomborAug. 23, 1311:16 PM

Finally a Spanish speaking coach. A native Spanish speaking trainer is very important, too.

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rms316Aug. 24, 13 6:23 AM

Twins need to go 15-20 in the last 35 games to reach 90 losses again. It's going to be close!

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mnhockeyguyAug. 24, 13 9:32 AM

For whatever reason this year the Twins seem to perform best when Mauer is out of the lineup...

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semnguyAug. 24, 13 9:53 AM

Stick to hockey, guy - you know little about baseball.

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garagewineAug. 24, 1310:57 AM

Timely hitting. Good starting and relief pitching. Not much more you could ask for. Nice win, guys.

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bluedevil101Aug. 24, 1311:41 AM

I'd love to see them get to 75 wins...that would keep Gardenhire around for another year I think. Tough break for those haters out there.

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BallFourAug. 24, 13 4:03 PM

mnhockeyguy: For whatever reason this year the Twins seem to perform best when Mauer is out of the lineup... BALLFOUR: For whatever reason, the Twins usually seem to win when they allow one run.

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