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It was a weekend of shutouts, and the Minnesota Twins took one for themselves against the Angels. The game was studded with moments of brilliance. The Twins are really playing some great baseball. The Angels, however, came up dry against the AL-Central leaders, and the game ended 4-0 after nine innings. Basketball Odds

The Twins have played well, and their players continue to improve. They are pitching some excellent ball, and are golden at the plate. Scott Baker pitched seven shutout innings. He made a great stand against the Angels while backed up by an excellent batting lineup. Michael Cuddyer hit a bases loaded double, helping hi team to take yet another victory.

The Angels have played a number of great games, but they couldn’t beat the Twins on Sunday. There was simply no way it was going to happen, as they have been coming up short against some of the stronger teams in the nation. The Twins have held the lead in their division over the past few weeks, and still currently have the lead. Baseball Odds

The game was one of many shutouts that the Twins have had this season. They have been playing some great baseball. They threw major heat from the plate. Danny Valencia homered for the Twins, aiding the Minnesota team in taking their second game in the three-game series.

The rest of the season looks great for Minnesota. If they are sure to keep a firm hold on their small lead in the AL-Central, they will see the postseason this year. The Division Playoffs are coming soon, and the pressure is mounting. If any team could take it, the Twins are one of the top contenders. Be sure and follow up on all the latest and greatest sports betting data at Sports Scores, the best site on the Internet.

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