Blackburn vs. Price tonight as Twins look to stop skid

Nick Blackburn tries to stop the Twins' two-game losing streak tonight as Minnesota takes on Tampa Bay at Target Field. In the way? The Rays' David Price, and his 14-4 record.
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Nick Blackburn tries to stop the Twins' two-game losing streak tonight as Minnesota takes on Tampa Bay at Target Field. In the way? The Rays' David Price, and his 14-4 record.

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