After tough homestand, Twins look to bounce back in K.C.

Nick Blackburn takes on the Royals tonight in Kansas City. For Blackburn, it's a key test to see if he can stick in the Twins rotation. For the team, it's a chance to forget about a dismal 2-5 homestand against Oakland and Baltimore.
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