Twins tie record as playoff skid hits 13

NEW YORK (AP) Brian Dozier rounded third and yelled "Let's go!" at his teammates, and it seemed these Twins might finally be the ones to foil the New York Yankees in the playoffs.

Then the Yankees got their turn at bat.

Minnesota starter Ervin Santana blew a three-run lead in a wild first inning, and the Yankees piled on from there, giving the Twins a record-tying 13th consecutive postseason defeat with a 8-4 victory in the AL wild-card game Tuesday night.


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