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Red Sox to test hot streak against Twins
Mookie Betts and the Red Sox, off a 3 game sweep of Baltimore, visit the AL's top team on Monday. (AP)
Boston has risen to 5 games above .500 after beating up on the last place Orioles over the weekend. Monday the competition level rises significantly against Minnesota, who at 47-23 hold baseball's best record. Twins ace Jose Berrios will take the hill sporting an impressive 8-2 record and 3.01 ERA. Minnesota has won 11 of Berrios' 14 starts this year.
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