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Detroit Tigers pitcher Doug Fister throws against the Minnesota Twins in the first inning Tuesday in Minneapolis. Fister threw eight innings, gave up only five hits and striking out seven. Although the Twins scored four runs in the third inning, all were unearned, and the Tigers won 8-4. Jim Mone | Associated Press

Detroit’s Fister dominates, Tigers beat Twins 8-4

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — While Scott Diamond and Samuel Deduno are making strong cases to stay in the Twins’ starting rotation into next season, Brian Duensing keep taking steps backward.

Duensing gave up four runs in the first two innings then gave up a homer to Andy Dirks in the sixth and the Minnesota Twins lost to the Detroit Tigers 8-4 Tuesday night.

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