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Gardenhire on pre-workout speech: 'I might hurt some feelings'

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire says he'll try to restrain himself as he addresses his team before their first full workout this morning in Ft. Myers. But if he dwells on 99 losses in mid-speech, Gardenhire tells the Star Tribune his blood just might start to boil.
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Twins manager Ron Gardenhire says he'll try to restrain himself as he addresses his team before their first full workout this morning in Ft. Myers. But if he dwells on 99 losses in mid-speech, Gardenhire tells the Star Tribune his blood just might start to boil.

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