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Dodgers net an even 10,000 victories with 6-4 win over Twins
Dodgers net an even 10,000 victories with 6-4 win over Twins

It was a good night for numbers, if your baseball leanings tend toward the Dodgers. There were the numbers of the day, the ones that showed them dropping the Twins, 6-4, on a cold, rainy Wednesday night in Minneapolis. There were ones spanning the last nine months that show right-hander Zack Greinke has gone five or more innings andgiven up two or fewer runs in 18 consecutive starts (21 counting three in the postseason); it's the longest such stretch since 1914. And then there were the lifetime achievement numbers, Wednesday's victory leaving the Dodgers only the fourth major-league club with 10,000 wins in franchise history. That only dates back to their first victory on...

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