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   Aiken Standard (Newspaper) - May 6, 1993, Aiken, South Carolina                                Aiken Standard Aiken SCThursday May 6 1993 Page 11A Mussina Shuts Out Twins 30 By The Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS Mike Mus sina pitched a twohitter and shut out Minnesota for the second time in a week as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Twins 30 It was r the sixth major league shutout and 12th career complete game for Mussina who has recorded the Ori oles last four shutouts Mussinas only loss in 12 decisions since last Aug 21 came in this seasons de but His fivehitter beat the Twins 110 at Baltimore last Thursday AL Roundup Mussina who went 185 last year has been amazingly consis tent during his 50start career pitching at least five innings 48 times allowing two runs or less 31 times and averaging 7 23 innings per start BALTIMORE MINNESOTA ab r h bi ab r h bi Andrsn II 4011 Knblch 2b 4010 McLmr rf 4030 Mack If 4000 CRpken ss 4000 Puckett cf 3000 GDavis 1b 4000 Hrbek 1b 3000 Segui 1b 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