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Twins | Ron Gardenhire out to attend funeral

Fri, 11 Apr 2014 13:18:25 -0700

Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire will miss the team's games Friday, April 11, and Saturday, April 12, to attend a funeral. Bench coach Terry Steinbach will take over as manager.

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Twins | Ron Gardenhire bothered by stomach bug

Sun, 21 Jul 2013 11:15:24 -0700

Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire (stomach) left the game against the Cleveland Indians Saturday, July 20, during the fifth inning, because of a stomach illness. Bench coach Terry Steinbach took over for Gardenhire and said after the game that it was nothing serious.

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Twins | New coaches hired

Mon, 22 Oct 2012 10:47:33 -0700

The Minnesota Twins hired Tom Brunansky as their new hitting coach, Bobby Cuellar as their bullpen coach and Terry Steinbach as their new bench coach and catching instructor Monday, Oct. 22. Brunansky was the hitting coach for Triple-A Rochester this year and Cuellar was the pitching coach for the top minor league affiliate.

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MLB | Steinbach, Lansford Say McGwire was Clean

Mon, 07 Feb 2005 14:23:09 -0800

The San Francisco Chronicle's John Shea reports former Oakland Athletics C Terry Steinbach and former Athletics 3B Carney Lansford, teammates of former Athletics 1B Mark McGwire, said McGwire never took steroids. "I came through the system with Mark; we were roommates in '87," said Steinbach, recalling their rookie year. "Mark wasn't one of those guys who all of a sudden one offseason got so big you couldn't recognize him, like they say about steroid users. Mark loved to lift weights. ... He was in the gym regularly." "Jose (Canseco)? No, at least not in the gym at the Coliseum or the gyms set up for us on the road. He was phenomenal in '88. Up to that point, he showed up on time and did his drills. All of a sudden, he didn't do the extra work in the outfield, and it showed. It frustrated us as teammates. It was frustrating that 24 guys marched to the same beat and Jose didn't."

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