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Video: 'Sorta-deep thoughts' with Morneau, T.C. Bear

More "Sorta-deep thoughts" -- this time with Justin Morneau and T.C. Bear. They're already instant classics in the Twins' all-time marketing campaign. (Which means they're funny.)
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Morneau is funny. T.C. left us ... speechless.

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