Gardenhire: 'I'd love to stay forever, but you have to have the results on the field'

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire tells the Pioneer Press that general manager Terry Ryan informed him last week that he isn't getting a contract extension entering his final year under contract. Gardenhire says he didn't expect to get an extension because he hasn't "earned it."
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