Twins finally beat a right-hander

Brian Duensing

April 18, 2011 – Brian Duensing defeated Tampa Bay’s Jeremy Hellickson on Sunday to snap Minnesota’s four-game losing streak. The Twins entered the game win-less in eight games this season in which they had faced a right-handed starting pitcher. That was the longest such losing streak to begin a season for the franchise since the Washington Senators began the 1904 season by losing their first 10 decisions in games against right-handed starters. Source: Elias

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