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Minnesota Twins second baseman Orlando Hudson, top, forces out Alberto Callaspo of the Los Angeles Angels at second, then gets tangled up after completing the double play hit into by Torii Hunter in the fourth inning Friday in Minneapolis. (Associated Press)

Duensing stays hot on the hill for Twins

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MINNEAPOLIS -- Brian Duensing struck out six in eight innings and Jason Kubel hit a three-run homer to get the Minnesota Twins rolling in a 7-2 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Friday night.

Duen-sing (7-1) allowed one run on seven hits to improve to 4-0 since moving into the starting rotation on July 23. His ERA dropped to 1.92 as the Twins bounced back from an 11-0 loss to the White Sox on Thursday night.

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