Minnesota Twins pitcher Samuel Deduno entered Wednesday night's game against the Seattle Mariners coming off his worst start of the season, but he turned things around and threw a gem in Minnesota's 10-0 victory.
In seven innings, Deduno didn't allow a single run, giving up only two hits and striking out nine batters. He also didn't walk a single batter, which is notable considering he came into the game having walked more batters on the season than he had struck out.
That pitching performance was more than enough for Minnesota's hitters, who knocked around Seattle starter Jason Vargas and reliever Carter Capps. Both Trevor Plouffe and Josh Willingham went deep for the Twins, and Justin Morneau and Joe Mauer each picked up two RBIs.
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