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 MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -The Minnesota Twins have rescheduled the groundbreaking ceremony for their new ballpark for Aug. 30.
The festivities were originally scheduled for Aug. 2 and postponed after a bridge collapsed near the Metrodome a day earlier.
Twins officials, former and current players and coaches, government officials and baseball commissioner Bud Selig are expected to attend. Work has already started on the 40,000-seat ballpark that's set to open in 2010.
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