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Humber still hasn't won since his perfect game against Seattle on April 21 and the right-hander is 0-2 in his last six starts after allowing five runs and six hits in 4 1-3 innings.
Justin Morneau hit two late homers for Minnesota -- a leadoff homer against Will Ohman in the seventh and a two-run drive against Addison Reed in the ninth.
NOTES: Throwing off the mound and from the stretch, Snoop Dogg delivered the first pitch. The rapper was in the area for a concert. ... Asked his favorite Snoop song, White Sox manager Robin Ventura said, "I don't know. They're always X-ed out. All the words are X-ed out, so I don't know. I don't know how to read those." ... The Twins held Ryan Doumit (right calf) out of the lineup so Mauer could serve as the DH. Doumit is not ready to play the field yet. "He felt it a little bit last night, he's been legging out some doubles," manager Ron Gardenhire said. "I told him to take it easy, but you always know once you get playing in a game and you see something, you're going to go for it. He was a little bit stiffer last night after the game. I backed him off today." Gardenhire said he wants to see Doumit catch some bullpen sessions and run the bases before using him in the field.
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