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Cleveland's Trevor Crowe, left, slides into second base as Twins second baseman Nick Punto tries to get a handle on the ball in the fourth inning Wednesday. Crowe singled and advanced to second on Twins' Carlos Gomez' fielding error. AP Photo/Tony Dejak

Lefty Laffey pitches deep into game to lead Cleveland over Twins

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CLEVELAND (AP) -- Aaron Laffey wants to play a role in the Cleveland Indians' revamped plans.

The left-hander rebounded from one of his worst performances to pitch a career-high eight innings and the rejuvenated Indians defeated the Minnesota Twins 8-1 Wednesday night for their eighth victory in 12 games.

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