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Tigers will reportedly hire former Twins boss Ron Gardenhire as their new manager

That someone? Former Minnesota Twins skipper Ron Gardenhire, according to The Athletic's Ken Rosenthal: The Detroit Tigers have identified Ron Gardenhire as the manager they wish to hire, pending the ...

Twins Glen Perkins becomes a free agent after team declines 2018 option Minnesota Twins

Perkins starred at Stillwater High, was drafted by the Twins out of out of the University of Minnesota in 2004 and reached the majors two years later. He was a ...

Twins decline option on Glen Perkins’ contract

Perkins played at Stillwater High School outside the Twin Cities and the University of Minnesota before the Twins drafted him in the first round in 2004. With 120 saves, Perkins ...

Twins decline option on Glen Perkins’ contract, making former closer a free agent Minnesota Twins

the Twins were substantially ahead or behind when he was given the ball. He finished 0-0 with a 9.53 earned-run average in 5.2 innings pitched. The 2004 Big Ten Pitcher ...

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The Minnesota Twins are a professional baseball team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. The Twins are a member of the Central Division of Major League Baseball's American League. The Twins have played in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome since 1982. In 2010, the Twins will move into a new ballpark, Target Field. The "Twins" name originates from Minnesota's Twin Cities area of Minneapolis and St. Paul. The team's caps feature a "TC" logo to emphasize "Twin Cities." One of the American League's eight charter franchises, the club was founded in Washington, D.C. in 1901 as the Washington Senators. That was a carryover nickname from a previous, unrelated club in the National League. In 1905 the team changed its official name to the Washington Nationals. The name "Nationals" would appear on the uniforms for only 2 seasons, and would then be replaced with the "W" logo for the next 52 years. The media often shortened the nickname to "Nats". Many fans and newspapers (especially out-of-town papers) persisted in using the "Senators" nickname. Over time, "Nationals" faded as a nickname, and "Senators" became dominant. Baseball guides would list the club's nickname as "Nationals or Senators", acknowledging the unique dual-nickname situation.