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Andre Ethier is greeted in the dugout by Dodgers Manager Don Mattingly and teammates after he scored on a hit by James Loney in the third inning Monday night at Target Field. AP Photo/Jim Mone

Dodgers tee off on Twins pitchers for 24 hits in 15-0 win

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP)?-- Matt Kemp had four hits, including his NL-leading 22nd home run, and the Los Angeles Dodgers had a little fun after a tough day by routing the skidding Minnesota Twins 15-0 Monday night.

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Chad Billingsley cruised through six innings, combining with three relievers on Los Angeles' seventh shutout of the season. Casey Blake had a home run among his three hits for the Dodgers, who filed for bankruptcy protection in a Delaware court earlier in the day.

Billingsley (7-6) allowed four hits and struck out four to win his second straight interleague start, backed by an offense that set season highs for runs and hits (24).

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