Frustrated. That's a fair way to assume Twins manager Ron Gardenhire's emotions right now. Gardenhire and the Twins are closing in on a third consecutive 90 loss season, but is frustration enough to force Gardenhire out the door?
We're not talking about him getting fired (which he very well could). We're talking about Gardy walking out the door on his own. Twins general manager Terry Ryan told KFAN-FM 100.3 that it won't happen.
As for when a decision on Gardenhire's future will be made:
Ryan on Ron Gardenhire's future: "A decision will be made very soon after the season concludes." #Twins
— KFAN1003 (@KFAN1003) September 19, 2013
Ryan noted that Gardenhire, 56 next month, is still young in terms of baseball managers, and he believes Gardenhire still dreams of winning a World Series.
Listen to the full interview with KFAN's Paul Allen right here.
We'll have to wait and see if he'll get that opportunity with the Twins.