Tom Powers: Dozier, Komatsu provide pleasant distraction in lost season

Brian Dozier and Erik Komatsu aren't exactly the second comings of Rod Carew or Kirby Puckett, but Pioneer Press columnist Tom Powers writes that the rookies are both interesting sub-plots in an already-ugly Twins campaign.
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Brian Dozier and Erik Komatsu -- who are at the top of the Twins batting order tonight -- aren't exactly the second comings of Rod Carew or Kirby Puckett, but Pioneer Press columnist Tom Powers writes that the rookies are both interesting sub-plots in an already-ugly campaign.

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