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Cards vs. Rangers: starring ex-Twins Lohse, Punto, Washington

Besides Nick Punto and Ron Washington, there will another familiar face on the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series roster. Former Twins pitcher Kyle Lohse is scheduled to start Game 4. Lohse has been with the Cards the past four seasons. He’s winless so far in two starts this postseason.
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Besides Nick Punto and Ron Washington, there will another familiar face on the St. Louis Cardinals’ World Series roster. Former Twins pitcher Kyle Lohse is scheduled to start Game 4. Lohse has been with the Cards the past four seasons. He’s winless so far in two starts this postseason.

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