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Twins first baseman Michael Cuddyer, right, waits for the throw as Trevor Crowe of the Indians retreats to first to beat the pickoff attempt by Scott Baker in the fourth inning Monday in Minneapolis. Associated Press

Indians roll past Twins with 20-hit attack

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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- Trevor Crowe drove in two runs and had a career-high four hits, and the Cleveland Indians collected a season-high 20 hits in their fifth straight win, 10-4 over the Minnesota Twins on Monday night.

Crowe and Jason Donald, two of the youngsters thrust into action in this rebuilding, injury-marred season for Cleveland, each drove in two runs to help the Indians start the second half 5-0 for the first time in history.

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