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Continued: Ricky Nolasco gets first Twins turn

Nolasco went 0-2 with a 5.50 ERA during spring training, but has made it clear that he uses spring games as a training tool. He said Wednesday, his final outing before the opener, that he is healthy, that all his pitches are working and that he is ready to start the season.

On Monday, the Twins will get to see just what they have in Nolasco.

“Everyone is excited and anxious to get going,” Nolasco said. “It’s always fun and exciting to get out there. You get antsy and it’s just good to get the season underway.”

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