Gardenhire to make coaching debut at Metrodome

Manager Gardenhire returns to the Metrodome tonight. Not Ron, but his son Toby, the new coach of the Wisconsin-Stout college team. They play Hamline at the Dome. Toby was a Twins farmhand for seven years before taking the Stout job last month.
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Manager Gardenhire returns to the Metrodome tonight. Not Ron, but his son Toby, the new coach of the Wisconsin-Stout college team. They play Hamline at the Dome. Toby was a Twins farmhand for seven years before taking the Stout job last month.

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