Marquis likely to start Wednesday

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire says Jason Marquis will likely make his first start Wednesday against the Yankees. Marquis pitched eight strong innings for Class AA New Britain on Thursday as he continues to build up his stamina.
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Twins manager Ron Gardenhire says Jason Marquis will likely make his first start Wednesday against the Yankees. Marquis pitched eight strong innings for Class AA New Britain on Thursday as he continues to build up his stamina.

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