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Trying to avoid 100 losses

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CLEVELAND (AP) -- Thanks in part to an inadvertent gesture in the dugout, Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire kept his Twins from taking another one on the chin.

Rene Tosoni homered in the 10th inning and Chris Parmelee added an RBI single to give Minnesota a 6-4 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Sunday.

It was only the third win in 22 games for the battered and reeling Twins, who caught a break when Gardenhire decided to scratch his chin.

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