But with both pitchers being right-handed, Gardenhire decided not to change his lineup for the first game. He said one change for the second game will be Ryan Doumit catching, as Joe Mauer started Game 1.
"We kind of had a plan for the second game, and that won't change much," Gardenhire said. "We want to use everybody and mix it up. And we know our catching situation with Doumit catching the second game."
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