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The Minnesota Twins took the Chicago White Sox out in a closely contested game on Tuesday. As it always does, it all came down to who played better, and in this case, it was the Twins. They have been on a roll recently, and looked as good as ever on the field. The game ended 12-6 after nine innings of heated play. Odds.

The AL-Central has seen some of the fiercest competition out of all of the divisions this year. The game played on Tuesday was more of the same, as the Twins bested the White Sox. If they keep playing this way, they will take the lead, and maybe even the position for the championship.

The World Series is right around the corner, every win has added significance this time of year. The Twins displayed a golden show on the field. They played well from the plate and great at the mound. This team has some solid potential. Scores.

Jim Thome led the offensive charge for the Twins. He homered for the 579th time, as Joe Mauer added three hits of his own to the offensive onslaught. With an outstanding performance, the Twins take a strong lead in the Central Division. They had a total of five home runs, a magnificent display of talent from the batting lineup.

2010 has pitted the Twins and the White Sox against each other a few times this year, and they will play another three-game set at Target Field next week. The rest of the season is looks promising for the Twins, as long as they keep themselves in top form. Las Vegas odds.

The White Sox have some work to do. In recent weeks, they have given up a few games that they should have won. The Central Division will see even more ferocious competition throughout the remainder of the season. Make sure you see it too, and follow up on all the best sports betting data at

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