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MINNESOTA TWINS

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Coming into Tuesday’s game — which Celestino started in place of Buxton — he was hitting .327 with a 140 OPS+ (100 is league average)
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Minnesota's top prospect scored 2 runs in the road victory.
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Correa has been out since getting hit with a pitch on his right middle finger on May 5 in Baltimore.
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The rookie shortstop doubled and hit a grand slam as the Twins snapped a three-game losing streak

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The outfielder had a cortisone shot on April 14 and was activated from the injured list on May 6
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AL West-leading Houston handed Central-leading Minnesota its first sweep this season
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Manager, infielder had been out since May 5
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The base hit kept Verlander from recording his fourth career no-hitter, which would’ve tied Sandy Koufax for the second-most no-hitters in MLB history
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On Tuesday, Kaat and his wife, Margie, had a special orientation tour, in which he was guided around the museum by Erik Strohl, the museum’s Vice President of Exhibitions and Collections.
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He’s struck out 17 batters, walked just three and hasn’t allowed a run since April 18.

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On Sunday, that meant scoreless performances from Cody Stashak, who followed Paddack and threw 2⅔ innings, Caleb Thielbar, who struck out all three batters he faced, Joe Smith, Tyler Duffey and Emilio Pagán, who locked down the save after allowing a pair of baserunners in the ninth.
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To fill his roster spot, the Twins recalled catcher José Godoy, the last remaining position player on the 40-man roster that was not either on the injured list or active roster already.
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The top overall pick in the 2017 amateur draft will replace injured shortstop Carlos Correa

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