Gardenhire: 'We're still not clicking on all cylinders'

Snapping a six game slide was reason enough for sighs of relief in the Twins' clubhouse Sunday, but manager Ron Gardenhire says, "We're still not clicking on all cylinders, especially with runners in scoring position, but we're scoring enough runs." The Twins were 5-14 with runners in scoring position Sunday.
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Snapping a six game slide was reason enough for sighs of relief in the Twins' clubhouse Sunday, but manager Ron Gardenhire says, "We're still not clicking on all cylinders, especially with runners in scoring position, but we're scoring enough runs." The Twins were 5-14 with runners in scoring position Sunday.

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