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Gardenhire 'fired up' to get to spring training

It sounds like losing 99 games is haunting Twins manager Ron Gardenhire. He tells the Pioneer Press he spends time every day making notes about the things he wants to work on in spring training. He says he’s “on a mission” to show fans his team is better than the 2011 edition.
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It sounds like losing 99 games is haunting Twins manager Ron Gardenhire. He tells the Pioneer Press he spends time every day making notes about the things he wants to work on in spring training. He says he’s “on a mission” to show fans his team is better than the 2011 edition.

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