MINNEAPOLIS -- For the second straight season, the Twins swept a four-game series from the White Sox at Target Field by virtue of Sunday's 13-3 rout of the South Siders. Only six of Minnesota's runs were earned, with Chicago committing four errors during one of its roughest performances in an underachieving 2015 season.
The Twins scored seven runs in the third inning Thursday against White Sox ace Chris Sale and did the same Sunday against John Danks. Trevor Plouffe launched his first career grand slam to start the uprising, and a fielding error and a throwing error by Danks contributed to three more runs.
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