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The Minnesota Twins have done very well for themselves this year, as they continue to play solid baseball to rack up the wins. They took a game on Tuesday against the surging Kansas City Royals. It was one of many excellent performances by the Minnesota team this year. The game ended 10-3 after nine innings. Baseball scores.

The whole team played together on this one. There was excellent pitching to be had from Francisco Liriano, who has gone 7-0 in 10 starts for the second half of the season. He allowed an impressive seven hits and two runs in seven easy innings. The fielders and batters backed him up quite nicely. At the plate, the Twins were destructive. Basketball scores.

Recently acquired Jim Thome has settled in just right with the Twins. He is doing a superb job, putting out impressive baseball. He hit his 22nd homer of the season, a massive hit that went 452 feet into the stands. As well as homers, Delmon Young drove in four runs to back his team. The entire lineup had a go on Tuesday, which resulted in an impressive degree of success.

The rest of the season looks bright for the Twins. They need only to keep winning. With such explosive power behind them, they will be a hard opponent to slow down. They pitch well, bat heavily, and are quick in the field. It has been a winning formula for them all year long. NFL scores.

The Royals have delivered a number of gut-wrenching games this year. They have many fantastic players. Yet, they didn’t have enough to take down the Twins during Tuesday’s game. Both of these teams will be pressing had for a solid finish to their 2010 seasons. Be sure and follow it at

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