Royals-Twins game postponed by rain, day/night split doubleheader set for June 30

Right-hander Jason Marquis will now start for Minnesota Sunday. He'll try to remain perfect and help turn things around for the Twins Saturday afternoon at Target Field. The Royals extended Minnesota's losing streak to six games Friday night at Target Field with a 7-6 victory. Bruce Chen will try to lead Kansas City to their fourth straight victory.
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Right-hander Jason Marquis will now start for Minnesota Sunday. He'll try to remain perfect and help turn things around for the Twins Saturday afternoon at Target Field. The Royals extended Minnesota's losing streak to six games Friday night at Target Field with a 7-6 victory. Bruce Chen will try to lead Kansas City to their fourth straight victory.

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