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Ron Gardenhire

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  • MLB: Around baseball

    MLB: Around baseball
    American League Central Division Indians: Nick Swisher refers to Michael Brantley as "Dr. Smooth." But, no, he does not make house calls. Royals: Rainout vs. Tigers delays anticipated start of rookie Yordano Ventura and his 102-mph fastball....
  • Nick Swisher powers Indians to Opening Day win

    CLEVELAND By the time the Indians and Minnesota Twins took the field for Friday's home opener under dark gray skies, the temperature had dropped nearly 20 degrees into the low 40s. As the wind picked up to better than 20 mph, Twins outfielder Oswaldo...
  • White Sox's Dayan Viciedo striving to stay sharp

     White Sox's Dayan Viciedo striving to stay sharp
    Dayan Viciedo knows there is not much he can do besides try to stay prepared for he is needed. A platoon in left field with Alejandro De Aza to start the season has left Viciedo mostly on the bench for the first three White Sox games. The left-handed De...
  • Twins fall to White Sox in 11 innings

    CHICAGO Baseball's replay-challenge rule is brand new this year, as is Samuel Deduno's role in the Twins bullpen. Both still have a few bugs to be worked out. Manager Ron Gardenhire successfully objected to a call on the field in replay's first-ever...
  • Video coordinators crucial to baseball's instant replay challenge process

    Sean Harlin has lived a nice, serene existence for nearly a decade now, a comfy chair in a dark room with a ballgame on the TV in front of him. His job has been sort of quasi-librarian, cataloguing every pitch, every swing, every inning of every Twins...
  • Jim Souhan: Hicks a pivotal player for Twins

    If you haven't heard, the Twins have a fine center field prospect. The kid can run, throw, hit and draw walks. He can drive the ball and track it down, and contrary to most projections, he should be able to help the big-league team this year. Byron...
  • Lack of offense stalls Twins

    CHICAGO Opening Day is about the traditions. The red, white and blue bunting on the walls, the celebrity throwing the first pitch, the giant flag unfurled in the outfield and the introduction of the players along the foul line. Oh, and the Twins...
  • Nolasco's day with Twins arrives

    One of the rites of spring training is the announcement of the Opening Day starter, yet the Minnesota Twins didn't really trumpet Ricky Nolasco's appointment Monday with the Chicago White Sox. They just set up their pitching staff during spring...
  • Twins heading for Chicago

    FORT MYERS, Fla. The Grapefruit League season ended with a throat-slashing gesture by umpire crew chief Bob Davidson, who ended Saturday's game in the top of the ninth as rain fell at JetBlue Park. It came just as the Twins were remembering what it was...
  • Capsules for the American League

    Predicted Order of finish AL EAST Tampa Bay Rays Last year: 92-71 (2d) Manager: Joe Maddon (9th season, 677-620; overall, 704-644) Key pitchers: David Price (10-8, 3.33 ERA, 1.098 WHIP); Alex Cobb (11-3, 2.76 ERA, 1.151 WHIP); Matt Moore (17-4. 3....
  • Key observations of the Twins leaving Camp Florida

    FORT MYERS, Fla. There's a right way and a wrong way to gripe about the 2014 Twins roster. The wrong way is to become violently ill over the addition of Jason Bartlett, a career shortstop recast as a super utility player after a year and a half away from...