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Topic - Ron Gardenhire
Right fielder Chris Colabello misjudged a fly ball. Third baseman Trevor Plouffe never saw a liner hit at him. And catcher Josmil Pinto made the most glaring mistake when he threw the ball into left field for an error during a double steal.
Needing a big hit, the Minnesota Twins instead turned a little tapper back to the mound into big trouble for the Kansas City Royals.
Manager Ron Gardenhire will miss Minnesota's games on Friday and Saturday against Kansas City to attend Saturday's funeral of Michael Hirschbeck in Ohio.
The Minnesota Twins plan to honor manager Ron Gardenhire for his 1,000th career victory.
Chris Colabello isn't taking a single moment in the majors for granted.
Games have already been played for a week all across the majors.
His blue sweatshirt drenched with beer, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire picked up the boxed bottle of Dom Perignon off his desk and smiled.
Carlos Carrasco started poorly, straightened himself out and wound up having a fairly decent season debut for the Indians.
As the sixth inning started, Mike Pelfrey was in complete control. Dominating.
Oswaldo Arcia's first hit of the season helped give the Minnesota Twins their first win.
Ron Gardenhire won his first replay challenge, but the Minnesota Twins' manager conceded afterward that it cost him his starting pitcher.
The Minnesota Twins' replay system was up and running in time for Monday's opener against the Chicago White Sox after a pair of blown fuses shut it down.
Ricky Nolasco liked everything but the result. That was just a little too familiar for the Twins.
John Lackey pitched shutout ball into the seventh inning, Will Middlebrooks had two extra-base hits and the Boston Red Sox beat the Minnesota Twins 4-1 on Thursday night.
Twins first baseman Joe Mauer's error in the eighth inning led to two runs that lifted the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 2-1 victory over Minnesota on Wednesday.
"We had a little fun with him," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "It's his first win since way back, and first win as a Twin, too, so we gave him a little grief about that."
"Against a tough kid, we've never seen him before, throws the living fire out of the ball, great fastball, good change-up, we made him work a little bit," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. "Got a couple early, which was huge, and the Hughes did a really nice job."