Gardenhire wants nothing to do with 100-losses

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire wants absolutely nothing to do with 100-losses. Despite all of the injuries up and down the team's lineup, Gardenhire says he never expected the team to get close to losing 100-games.
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Twins manager Ron Gardenhire wants absolutely nothing to do with 100-losses. Despite all of the injuries up and down the team's lineup, Gardenhire says he never expected the team to get close to losing 100-games.

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