Ron Gardenhire visits site of Boston Marathon bombings


Twins manager Ron Gardenhire and his wife, Carol, took some time to walk by the site of the Boston Marathon bombings on Monday.

"Tough stuff. Hard to imagine. Really hard to imagine," Gardenhire told the Pioneer Press. "This was always such a lively place downtown, and it is now, but it's just hard to imagine something like that."

FOX Sports North's Marney Gellner joined KFAN's Paul Allen from Boston, where she explained what it was like seeing the memorial at the site of the bombings.

The Twins are in Boston for a four game series against the Red Sox.

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