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Twins may activate Capps as soon as Monday

It appears as though Twins relief pitcher Matt Capps will be activated from the disabled list and be back in uniform as soon as Monday, reports the Pioneer Press. Capps went on the disabled list July 15.
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It appears as though Twins relief pitcher Matt Capps will be activated from the disabled list and be back in uniform as soon as Monday, reports the Pioneer Press.

Capps,who was suffering from shoulder injury, went on the disabled list July 15.

The reliever stated shortly after going on the DL that he hoped to be back for "all of September."

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