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Miguel Sano helps the Twins top the White Sox, 8-6

Miguel Sano's incredible rookie run continued Tuesday night when his home run in the seventh inning pulled the Twins into a 5-5 tie against the Chicago White Sox. They jumped on White Sox left-hander Chris Sale early but right-hander Tyler Duffey and the Twins bullpen couldn't hold the lead. But a three-run rally in the eighth inning some fundamentally sound batting and baserunning by the Twins, some shaky fielding by the White Sox allowed the Twins to come from behind and take a 8-6 victory over Chicago at Target Field. Sale entered Tuesday 1-3 with a 6.46 ERA against the Twins this season. That includes an 8.15 ERA over his past three meetings against them. Obviously, the Twins...