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Minnesota's Brendan Harris reacts after striking out during the third inning Wednesday against the White Sox in Chicago. AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh

Road blues: Twins lose sixth straight game

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CHICAGO (AP) -- As the weather heats up in Chicago, Jermaine Dye and his fellow White Sox star too see a rise in their batting averages.


Coming off a 1-6 road trip and scoring an AL-low 3.9 runs per game this season, the White Sox were greeted at U.S. Cellular Field by 80-degree temperatures, clear skies and friendly breezes.

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