The thoughts and adventures of Ron Gardenhire, or so imagined.
LNP bids Gardy adieu
The former Twins manager gives his thoughts on the Netflix revival of the popular family drama.
Ron Gardenhire is called in to give a motivational speech to the Twins bullpen
When it's on-season, you're playing baseball. When it's off-season, you're thinking about playing baseball. When you're a fired manager with no new job? It's a NOT-season.
Ron Gardenhire reflects on what he has done in his life in an attempt to define his self-worth, so pretty much just another episode of Gardy's adventures!
The Twins are starting a youth academy...kinda.
"I might go to the Redbox later."
The Twins manager speaks his mind about the British alt-rock legend's string of cancellations.
Twinkie Town recovers a transcript from a late-night call between Minnesota Twins manager and new Detroit Tiger Torii Hunter, between the hours of 2:12 and 2:16am.
Ron Gardenhire sent a congratulatory text to Nick Punto after the Cardinals won the World Series. TwinkieTown has the exclusive transcript.
Ron Gardenhire reacts to the existence of Comic-Con, and other notes from Twins Territory.
What Ron Gardenhire and Rick Anderson talk about when they talk about Harry Potter.
Ron Gardenhire seems highly amused and/or baffled by Twitter, the internet and technology in general. Here's a list of other things that elicit that reaction from the Twins skipper.
Nick Punto, Ron Gardenhire's favorite, has left the organization for good, signing a deal with St. Louis. Poor Gardy has to go through the stages of grief.
"You don't just learn to hit the other way. If I'm slapping singles down the line, am I still Joey Gallo? Am I still productive? I can't try to play to that, because it's not me, and I like to play...