Capps has sore shoulder; Mauer returns to lineup; Twins face Greinke, hoping to avoid another home sweep
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Capps has sore shoulder; Mauer returns to lineup; Twins face Greinke, hoping to avoid another home sweep

Minneapolis : MN : USA | Jun 17, 2012 at 10:04 AM PDT
Source: Star Tribune
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Twins closer Matt Capps had a sore right shoulder when he woke up Saturday morning, after giving up a two-run homer to Martin Maldonado in Friday's 5-3 loss to the Brewers. Capps has been unavailable to pitch this weekend, and the Twins plan to re-evaluate him Tuesday. FULL ARTICLE AT Star Tribune
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