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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Gardenhire gets new job --- Toby Gardenhire
Toby Gardenhire -- the son of Twins manager Ron Gardenhire -- has a new job. Fox Sports North reports he is the new head baseball coach at the University of Wisconsin-Stout. Gardenhire, 29, has been in the Twins farm system for years, but never made the big leagues. He says he’s already picking his dad’s brain for coaching advice.
Gardenhire waiting for Mauer's return
Joe Mauer was used as a pinch-hitter Friday night, but his bruised quad kept him from starting. "I told you I wasn't going to chase people around," Ron Gardenhire told reporters before the game. "I'm waiting for them to tell me, and Joe to say he's ready to go."
Gardenhire glad he didn't have to make the call during Santana's no-hitter
"Johan's healthy, he's fine, but I would have been really nervous because he just came off a major shoulder surgery," Twins manager Ron Gardenhire said. Former Twins ace Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in Mets franchise history Friday night. He had thrown 122 pitches after eight innings before finishing the game with a career-high 134 pitches.
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