The Twins walked past Robinson Tejada in game one and battered Lenny DiNardo in game two of their three-game set with the Royals. Game three, however, might not be so easy. This was almost an irrelevant game; had the White Sox kept their five-run lead intact last night, the Twins would have been one game behind instead of two, meaning the worst case scenario has the Twins down two games heading into Detroit, a workable margin, since the Twins would only need to win three games instead of sweep to take the division lead. But good teams don't let themselves get beat in the second inning. The Tigers fought back, won their game, and put a reasonable amount of pressure on the Twins today. If they lose against the Sox this afternoon (Edwin Jackson v. Daniel Hudson), then the Twins will once aga ...
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