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Latest Ron Gardenhire Items
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire isn't asking for much. He'd just like to put a full team on the field so his injury-riddled club has a fair chance.
Samuel Deduno got into a nice groove in his first start of the season. Unfortunately, the damage already had been done.
Eduardo Escobar usually shows off his power during pregame batting practice.
Phil Hughes didn't come to Minnesota to be a savior. He just wanted to throw strikes and help his new team win some games.
A few key made things a lot easier for Kevin Correia and the Minnesota Twins.
It was a manager's nightmare. Two games, two losses and two starting pitchers that didn't give the bullpen a break.
Thanks to Ricky Nolasco, the Minnesota Twins didn't need to use their tired bullpen.
Zack Greinke added to his century-best run on a historic night for the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Trevor Plouffe had a chance to rally the Twins late in the game. Minnesota's top hitter just missed a pitch and the Twins suffered another frustrating loss.