Preview: Twins vs. White Sox

The Twins take on the White Sox for a three-game set at Target Field Friday. Taking the mound for Minnesota is Esmerling Vasquez, making his third start after allowing four runs and walking five in three innings of the Twins' 8-7 loss to Cleveland on Sunday. Chicago will counter with Chris Sale who won both of his starts against the Twins this season.
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The Twins take on the White Sox for a three-game set at Target Field Friday. Taking the mound for Minnesota is Esmerling Vasquez, making his third start after allowing four runs and walking five in three innings of the Twins' 8-7 loss to Cleveland on Sunday. Chicago will counter with Chris Sale who won both of his starts against the Twins this season.

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