DETROIT (AP) — The Minnesota Twins might break the single-season home run record this weekend in Detroit.

On Friday, they proved they can do more than hit home runs.

The Twins scored 12 times in the first four innings against the Tigers, including nine before their only home run of a 13-5 victory.

“We know that we aren’t always going to go deep three or four times, so we need to keep doing the other things,” Minnesota manager Rocco Baldelli said. “Today, we got guys on base, moved them along and drove them in. It was nice to see the guys using their baserunning skills again.”

The Twins have won five straight, including the

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