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Thursday Twins Links: Brian Dozier Talks, Powerful Bats Approach, and Aaron Hicks' Mental Mistakes

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Twins prospect Max Kepler stretches to try and get former Twins player Danny Valencia out at first base.
Twins prospect Max Kepler stretches to try and get former Twins player Danny Valencia out at first base.
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Happy Thursday, Twinkie Town readers!

Today's morning links bring us some fun bits, some incredibly important news, and probably things you'd call useless, but hey, this is a judgement-free zone (all links open in a new tab, because I don't hate you).

-Brian Dozier opened up a bit during Spring Training this year on how he feels about being a solid part of the Twins' organization. He's just so likable.

-Myjah talked about Torii Hunter's take on Aaron Hicks on Tuesday, and after his mental error(s) this past week, Hicks himself admits he needs to be paying more attention during the game. DON'T RELY ON THE SCOREBOARD, Aaron!

-Rhett Bollinger (who still hasn't changed his name to be more Minnesota-friendly, hmph) has a nice little piece about Twins reliever A.J. Achter. You should probably be rooting for the kid this season.

-USA Today talks about how the Twins future is bright -- and how it looks to be very powerful. "In a game of suddenly declining offense, the Twins are collecting what could be downright scary power." Oh, how that's exciting to read!

-They're cutting the grass at Target Field! BASEBALL IS REALLY COMING.

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