Pohlad still backing Gardenhire, Ryan

Twins owner Jim Pohlad tells Pioneer Press reporter Charlie Walters wants to make it clear that the jobs of manager Ron Gardenhire and general manager Terry Ryan are not in jeopardy, despite the team owning the worst record in baseball.
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Twins owner Jim Pohlad tells Pioneer Press reporter Charlie Walters that he wants to make it clear that the jobs of manager Ron Gardenhire and general manager Terry Ryan are not in jeopardy, despite the team owning the worst record in baseball.

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