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Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer hits a one-run double off Cleveland Indians pitcher David Huff in the fifth inning Tuesday in Cleveland. Orlando Cabrera scored and the Twins went on to win the game, 10-1. AP Photo/Tony Dejak

Gomez and Kubel hit home runs, help Twins get back on track

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CLEVELAND (AP) -- Scott Baker denied feeling pressure, though he knew it was time for a Minnesota starting pitcher to step up.

Baker (9-7) pitched seven scoreless innings and was backed by home runs from Carlos Gomez and Jason Kubel, leading the Twins to a 10-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Tuesday night.

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