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Rain could mess with today's Twins-Orioles game

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After getting rained out on Monday night the Twins were able to squeeze in Tuesday's game with the Orioles (a 5-3 loss for the Twins), but Wednesday's forecast could again wreak havoc at Target Field.

The National Weather Service is calling for a slight chance of rain in the metro before 2 p.m., and then a better chance at steady rain lasting into the early evening. The Twins and Orioles are scheduled for a 12:10 p.m. first pitch, so keep an eye on the weather if you're headed to the ballgame.

Monday's postponement will be made up at Target Field on July 28.

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