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Even Gardenhire was hurt last year

Give Ron Gardenhire credit for managing nearly every game in 2011. The Twins' skipper managed through an elbow injury that forced him under the knife Monday. Gardenhire underwent a procedure to remove bone chips in his elbow. He joked that he suffered the injury scratching his head.
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Give Ron Gardenhire credit for managing nearly every game in 2011. The Twins' skipper managed through an elbow injury that forced him under the knife Monday. Gardenhire underwent a procedure to remove bone chips in his elbow. He joked that he suffered the injury scratching his head.

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