AP Source: Tigers In Talks To Hire Fmr. Twins Manager Ron GardenhireA person with knowledge of the discussions tells the Associated Press the Detroit Tigers are in talks to hire Ron Gardenhire as manager.
Former Twins Manager Ron Gardenhire Has Prostate CancerNew Arizona Diamondbacks bench coach and former longtime Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire has prostate cancer.
Gardenhire Happy To Return: 'I Love This Organization'Former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire with the team again, officially hired yesterday as special assistant to general manager Terry Ryan.
Twins Hire Fmr. Manager Ron Gardenhire As Special Assistant To The GMA familiar face to Twins fans is coming back to Target Field.
Molitor Looking Forward To Second Season As The BossOn Tuesday night, Twins manager Paul Molitor caught Bruce Springsteen's concert across the state in Sunrise, Florida.
Hicks: Twins Criticism In 2014 'Made Me A Stronger Player'Aaron Hicks was hitting .161 for the Minnesota Twins 1 1/2 months into the 2015 season when manager Ron Gardenhire and assistant general manager Rob Antony took the unusual step of criticizing him publicly. "To hit .160, .170, those don't last in the big leagues," Gardenhire told reporters. "He needs to start studying the game a little more."
Hometown Boys Molitor, Mauer Trying To Turn Twins AroundTwo hometown stars are trying to save a franchise that has rarely been lower after four straight seasons of at least 92 losses.
Paul Molitor Makes Debut As Manager At Spring TrainingMany are hoping Molitor will be able to change the losing culture at the Twins, but all the Hall of Famer can do to make changes is make out the lineup card. It all starts with the pitchers, who began their workouts in Fort Meyers Monday, including the recently-acquired, right-hander Irving Santana.
Cancer-Free Ryan Focused On Restoring Twins As Contenders Terry Ryan entered his office during a public showcase of renovations at Minnesota's spring training facility and found a handful of fans inside admiring the stadium view.
Gardenhire Welcome To Work For Twins But Will Take Year OffFormer manager Ron Gardenhire has decided to take the year off, rather than work as an adviser role for the Minnesota Twins. Gardenhire was fired after last season and replaced by Paul Molitor, though his contract has another year on it.
2014 In Review: Top Local Sports HeadlinesIt was another crazy year on the Minnesota sports scene with plenty of great moments, some tough times and two coaches dismissed. Throw in a national title that nobody will remember on the college scene, and it's been another very interesting year depending on which sports team you follow most.
Paul Molitor Talks With Dave LeeClick the link above to listen to the new Twins Manager talk with Dave Lee