Report: Target Field All-Star announcement expected Wednesday

The worst-kept secret in baseball is about to get out. The Star-Tribune reports commissioner Bud Selig will hold a news conference at Target Field Wednesday to announce the Twins will get the 2014 All-Star Game.
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