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Blue Jays Beat Twins 4-3

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The Twins lost their 2nd to last game of the season 4-3 in Toronto to the Blue Jays Tuesday night.  Toronto went out to a 4-0 lead in the 5th inning.  Denard Span hit a 2-run homerun in the 6th inning and Alexi Casilla added a RBI single for the Twins in the 7th inning.  Ben Revere had 3 hits for Minnesota.  Anthony Swarzak started the game for the Twins and allowed 4 earned runs in 5 innings to take the loss and drop to 3-6.

The Twins are 66-95 and will close the season at Toronto at 6:07 tonight, pregame on WJON at 5:35.  Lefthander Scott Diamond (12-8) gets the start on the mound for the Twins and righthander Brandon Morrow (9-7) toes the rubber for the Blue Jays.

The Twins have already secured the worst record in the American League and will remain in the cellar in the American League Central.

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