Price right again for Rays in 4-2 win over Twins

Tampa Bay pitcher David Price tied the league lead for victories at 15 as the Rays beat the Twins 4-2 Saturday at Target Field. Twins pitcher Nick Blackburn took the loss, dropping his record to 4-8.
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Tampa Bay pitcher David Price tied the league lead for victories at 15 as the Rays beat the Twins 4-2 Saturday at Target Field. Twins pitcher Nick Blackburn took the loss, dropping his record to 4-8.

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