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Pavano to get second opinion on shoulder

Carl Pavano won't travel with the Twins on their road trip to Detroit. Instead, he'll be getting a second opinion on his inflamed throwing shoulder. He hasn't missed a start because of the injury, and tentatively plans on making his next start.
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Carl Pavano won't travel with the Twins on their road trip to Detroit. Instead, he'll be getting a second opinion on his inflamed throwing shoulder. He hasn't missed a start because of the injury, and tentatively plans on making his next start.

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