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Preview: Twins host Tampa Bay Rays

The Twins were off Thursday but are back at Target Field Friday night for the first of a three game series against the Tampa Bay Rays. It will be a midwest matchup on the mound as Eden Prairie native Cole De Vries starts for the Twins while Des Moines, Iowa native Jeremy Hellickson starts for the Rays.
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The Twins were off Thursday but are back at Target Field Friday night for the first of a three game series against the Tampa Bay Rays. It will be a midwest matchup on the mound as Eden Prairie native Cole De Vries starts for the Twins while Des Moines, Iowa native Jeremy Hellickson starts for the Rays.

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