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Trevor Plouffe, left, of the Twins is forced out at second base as Marco Scutaro of the Red Sox turns the double play on a hit by the Twins' Justin Morneau in the sixth inning Saturday in Boston. Associated Press

Red Sox rough up Twins' Pavano

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BOSTON (AP) -- Jacoby Ellsbury has been the spark at the top of the Boston lineup and now Adrian Gonzalez is starting to add some pop. It's a formula that the Red Sox have been looking for during an inconsistent start this season.

Gonzalez homered and Ellsbury had three hits to extend his hitting streak to 17 games, leading the Red Sox to a 9-5 win over the Minnesota Twins on Sunday.

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