Twins aim to halt Ray's five-game winning streak

Left-hander Scott Diamond heads to the hill for Minnesota to face the hot bats of the Tampa Bay Rays in the series finale at Target Field Sunday afternoon. The Twins will face right-hander James Shields as they look to snap a three-game skid and avoid another sweep.
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Left-hander Scott Diamond heads to the hill for Minnesota to face the hot bats of the Tampa Bay Rays in the series finale at Target Field Sunday afternoon. The Twins will face right-hander James Shields as they look to snap a three-game skid and avoid another sweep.

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