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Tom Kelly is preaching patience

Former Twins manager Tom Kelly says fans need to be patient with the team's crop of struggling young hitters. Kelly said only a handful of players he managed were quick to learn at a big league plate, and most of them ended up in the Hall-of-Fame.
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Former Twins manager Tom Kelly says fans need to be patient with the team's crop of struggling young hitters. Kelly said only a handful of players he managed were quick to learn at a big league plate, and most of them ended up in the Hall-of-Fame.

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