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Joe Nathan

Brian Dozier hits another big homer as Twins sweep Orioles

MINNEAPOLIS Sure, go ahead and vote for Brian Dozier, or as the ubiquitous signage at Target Field insists, #VoteDozier. He's got a strong case: For the second time in three days, he hit a home run that put the Twins ahead for good against the Orioles. But is it too late to #VoteMilone? The Twins' left-hander pitched his sixth consecutive quality start on Wednesday, shutting down one of the AL's top slugging offenses on just five hits over seven innings and leading the Twins to a 5-3 victory over Baltimore. Glen Perkins finished off the win for his 28th straight save, breaking Joe Nathan's franchise record of 27, and earned the Twins their first sweep of the Orioles...