MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Twins wrapped up their regular
season with a win. Up next? Another agonizing afternoon spent
cheering against the Chicago White Sox.
Scott Baker scattered four singles over seven shutout innings,
pitching the Twins past the Kansas City Royals 6-0 on Sunday to
preserve their half-game lead in the AL Central.
The White Sox snapped their five-game losing streak by beating
Cleveland 5-1, pushing the season into an extra day.
On Monday, Detroit visits Chicago for a makeup game. If the
White Sox win, they'll host the Twins on Tuesday in a one-game
playoff to determine the division title and the first-round
opponent for the Tampa Bay Rays.
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