Twins look to bounce back in the Lone Star State

The second-worst American League Minnesota Twins will try to pick up one last victory Sunday night before the All-Star break. Cole De Vries will make his fifth start of the season in the series finale against the Rangers. Right-hander Roy Oswalt will take the hill for Texas.
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The second-worst American League Minnesota Twins will try to pick up one last victory Sunday night before the All-Star break. Cole De Vries will make his fifth start of the season in the series finale against the Rangers. Right-hander Roy Oswalt will take the hill for Texas.

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