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Detroit Tigers shortstop Andrew Romine (right) forces out Minnesota Twins center fielder Sam Fuld at second base and throws the ball to first base for a double play in the fifth inning at Target Field on Friday. Jesse Johnson / USA Today Sports

Twins unable to climb back from third inning

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MINNEAPOLIS — A monster top of the third inning by the Detroit Tigers staked the visitors to a big lead against the Minnesota Twins on Friday night at Target Field, as eight straight Tigers reached base in a seven-run inning as Detroit hammered Minnesota 10-6.

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