Ryan Ford Detroit Free Press Published 6:00 AM EDT Sep 20, 2020 The Detroit Tigers will get a jump on the annual baseball managerial carousel after Ron Gardenhire’s sudden retirement Saturday before the Tigers’ game against the Cleveland Indians. Bench coach Lloyd McClendon will finish the season as the Tigers’ interim manager, though he’s not
Chris McCosky The Detroit News Published 5:48 AM EDT Sep 20, 2020 Detroit – Spencer Turnbull was about to begin his pre-start preparations Saturday when a team meeting was hastily called to announce that manager Ron Gardenhire, citing health issues, was retiring. Effective immediately. “A complete shock,” said Turnbull, who pitched six strong innings in
Ron Gardenhire is retiring as Tigers’ manager, effective immediately, GM Al Avila announced today (via Chris McCosky of the Detroit News). Bench coach Lloyd McClendon will take over the manager’s chair for the remainder of the season, per Bob Nightengale of USA Today. Gardenhire intended to step away from the sport at the end of
Chris McCosky The Detroit News Published 11:39 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 Detroit – Spencer Turnbull was about to begin his pre-start preparations Saturday when a team meeting was hastily called to announce that manager Ron Gardenhire, citing health issues, was retiring. Effective immediately. “A complete shock,” said Turnbull, who pitched six strong innings in
Ron Gardenhire is done as Detroit Tigers manager. Bring on Don Kelly. Ron Gardenhire retired on Saturday, and while it was sudden and unexpected, it wasn’t terribly surprising. Gardenhire is a month shy of his 63rd birthday, he’s had previous health concerns, and his contract was set to expire at the end of this
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Shawn Windsor Detroit Free Press Published 10:17 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 Ron Gardenhire leaves the Detroit Tigers with the lowest winning percentage of any manager in team history. But we shouldn’t judge him for that. Sometimes managers get hired to oversee a team that’s ready for a playoff push. And sometimes managers are hired
Evan Petzold Detroit Free Press Published 9:48 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 Every coach and player from the Detroit Tigers stood for the national anthem at Comerica Park. A spot was left open in the line of coaches, right near interim manager Lloyd McClendon. It was for former manager Ron Gardenhire, who announced his sudden retirement Saturday afternoon.
Chris McCosky The Detroit News Published 9:30 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 Detroit – The games must go on. Just a couple of hours after saying goodbye to manager Ron Gardenhire, who announced his retirement Saturday afternoon, effective immediately, the Tigers erupted for four runs in the bottom of the eighth to beat the Cleveland Indians
DETROIT — The Tigers were getting ready to take their at-bats in the fourth inning Saturday as the Comerica Park scoreboard played a video tribute to manager Ron Gardenhire, who announced his retirement a mere few hours earlier. With the setting sun casting light over the downtown Detroit skyline in DETROIT — The Tigers were
Tony Paul The Detroit News Published 8:03 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 Detroit — From 2006-13, the Tigers had one manager. They’ve now had three since. Ron Gardnehire abruptly retired early Saturday evening, after 16 years as a big-league manager, including the last two-plus seasons with the Tigers. Lloyd McClendon is taking over on an interim
The acting manager of the Detroit Tigers announced his stunning retirement on Saturday evening. For a brief period, the Detroit Tigers were in postseason contention, which many baseball fans weren’t expecting even in this truncated, 60-game season. However, they’re now all but eliminated from fall ball. Before the MLB regular-season ends next week, the Tigers
Evan Petzold Detroit Free Press Published 6:56 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 The Detroit Tigers announced Saturday manager Ron Gardenhire is retiring immediately and will not return for a fourth season. Gardenhire, who turns 63 in October, is 132-241 (.354 winning percentage) in two-plus seasons with the Tigers. He signed a three-year deal when he
Evan Petzold Detroit Free Press Published 6:52 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 For the first time in 2020, Detroit Tigers reliever Joe Jimenez has delivered three consecutive scoreless appearances. Albeit, not in his desired role. The ex-closer collapsed in August by allowing 12 earned runs in six innings — leaving then-manager Ron Gardenhire with no
Chris McCosky The Detroit News Published 6:47 PM EDT Sep 19, 2020 Detroit – At 2 p.m. Saturday, Ron Gardenhire was on his daily Zoom meeting with the media, answering questions like it was just another day. A couple of hours later, he informed general manager Al Avila that he was retiring – effective immediately.
DETROIT — Ron Gardenhire spent all Summer Camp watching Derek Hill make highlight catches in center field at Comerica Park. Still, even the Tigers manager was surprised by the catch the former first-round Draft pick made in Friday’s 1-0 loss to Cleveland. “That one I would like to see some DETROIT — Ron Gardenhire spent