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Topic - Ron Gardenhire
Masahiro Tanaka throws a splitter that drops out of sight, ranks among the major league leaders in many prized pitching categories and appears, so far, to be worth every penny the New York Yankees paid to sign him.
The Minnesota Twins are waiting for Oswaldo Arcia to consistently have nights like the one he had Friday.
The tying run was 90 feet away with two outs in the seventh inning, and Joe Mauer swung and missed for strike three to complete his hitless night at the plate.
While the Minnesota Twins had plenty of runners on base again, most of them didn't make it home.
Returning home from a five-game road trip wasn't enough for the Minnesota Twins to revive their offense in a 7-2 loss to the Texas Rangers on Monday.
Minnesota's Kevin Correia was a visitor and at home all in the same place.
Both Kyle Gibson and Glen Perkins got much-needed bounceback outings on Friday night.
For the second straight night, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire watched as his plan to pitch to David Ortiz unraveled.
If anyone needed a game-winning hit in extra innings, it was Aaron Hicks.
After what Chris Parmelee has been through the last six weeks, he'll savor this home run for a while.
David Ortiz's four-hit night was one hit short.
Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire has noticed a subtle difference in the Detroit Tigers this season.
Josmil Pinto was rounding third when he suddenly realized his coach was holding him up.
Robbie Ray was sharp again. His teammates were anything but.
Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire was ejected from Sunday's game against the Detroit Tigers for arguing a call near second base.
"Seeing him introduced in the starting lineup, that's pretty cool. That's a good moment," Gardenhire said.
"Seems like we've been gone a long, long time. It will be refreshing to get home, get in front of our fans, in our ballpark. That's going to be kind of cool," Gardenhire said.