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Ron Gardenhire

Ronald Clyde Gardenhire (born October 24, 1957) is an American former professional baseball player, coach, and manager. He played as a shortstop for the New York Mets from 1981 through 1985. After another year playing in the minor leagues, he served as a manager in the Minnesota Twins farm system for three years, then as a coach for the Twins from 1991 through 2001, and then as the Twins' manager from 2002 through 2014, winning the American League Manager of the Year Award in 2010. He then coached for the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2017 and managed the Detroit Tigers from 2018 through most of 2020, when he retired from baseball. More about Ron Gardenhire

Current items with a signature of Ron Gardenhire

These are the most current items with a signature of Ron Gardenhire that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1983 Fleer #543 Ron Gardenhire Mets Signed Auto *28010$4.00logo
thumbnail1985 Fleer #81 Ron Gardenhire Mets Signed Auto *28716$3.00logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE 1983 DONRUSS AUTO IP SIGNED NEW YORK METS TWINS LONGHORNS RARE$6.25logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE Minnesota Twins Autographed Card$20.00logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE MINNESOTA TWINS SIGNED TOPPS CARD NEW YORK METS DETROIT TIGERS$7.99logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE NEW YORK METS ACTION SIGNED 8x10$11.99logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE sunglasses Minnesota Twins Autographed Card$20.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Ron Gardenhire

In total, we tracked 452 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Ron Gardenhire (Twins RON GARDENHIRE Signed Auto OMLB Baseball COA) was sold in March 2011 for $75.00 while the cheapest item (2003 TOPPS RON GARDENHIRE TWINS AUTO AUTOGRAPH SIGNED) found a new owner for $0.01 in February 2010. The month with the most items sold (12) was October 2009 with an average selling price of $3.88 for an autographed item of Ron Gardenhire. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2020 with $74.99 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was September 2009. In average, an autographed item from Ron Gardenhire is worth $4.99.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Ron Gardenhire were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail1986 TOPPS VINTAGE CARD SIGNED AUTO RON GARDENHIRE NEW YORK METS GREAT$5.99logo
thumbnail1990 STAR-RON GARDENHIRE-ORLANDO SUN RAYS AUTOGRAPHED CARD- NM$1.99logo
thumbnail2006 Topps SIGNED: Ron Gardenhire, TWINS #282$2.99logo
thumbnail2009 Topps Ron Gardenhire Twins Signed Autographed IP Auto$3.99logo
thumbnail2013 Topps Heritage Ron Gardenhire #54 Auto Signed Autograph Twins $8.00logo
thumbnail2019 Topps Detroit Tigers Foundation Ron Gardenhire Autographed Card DT-19 Rare$25.99logo
thumbnailAutographed/Signed 2008 Topps #434 Ron Gardenhire Minnesota Twins$5.99logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE 1982 DONRUSS ROOKIE SIGNED CARD #649$19.95logo
thumbnailRon Gardenhire Signed 2007 Topps Minnesota Twins Card # 248$6.99logo
thumbnailRON GARDENHIRE signed baseball card MINNESOTA TWINS autograph$5.00logo

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Latest News about Ron Gardenhire

Toby Gardenhire to manage Twins' Triple-A team (01/19/21): The Twins announced that Toby Gardenhire, son of former major league manager Ron Gardenhire, will manage their new Triple-A affiliate, the St. Paul Saints. Go to news article

Tigers manager Gardenhire retires immediately (09/19/20): Detroit Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire announced his retirement on Saturday, and bench coach Lloyd McClendon will manage the team the rest of the season. Go to news article

Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire retires because of health problems; Lloyd McClendo (09/19/20): Gardenhire had been dealing with stress-related issues Go to news article

Minnesota Twins organization names Toby Gardenhire Fort Myers Miracle manager fo (01/15/19): Gardenhire is the son of longtime Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, who now manages the Detroit Tigers. Go to news article

Toby Gardenhire Named Miracle Manager (01/15/19): The Fort Myers Miracle will have an entirely new coaching staff in 2019, led by manager Toby Gardenhire. Go to news article

Older News Stories about Ron Gardenhire

Minnesota Twins organization names Toby Gardenhire Fort Myers Miracle manager fo (01/2019): Gardenhire is the son of longtime Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, who now manages the Detroit Tigers. Go to news article

Twins moment: Ex-manager Ron Gardenhire visits spring training (03/2015): FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire made his return to the team's spring complex this week to watch his son Toby coach Wisconsin-Stout in a week-long series of games. Go to news article

Twins GM Terry Ryan says door still open for Ron Gardenhire (02/2015): FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Despite Ron Gardenhire's apparent desire to remain on the sidelines in 2015, Twins general manager Terry Ryan said Monday the door remains open should the popular former manager change his mind. Go to news article

Twins: Ron Gardenhire leaning toward taking 2015 off (12/2014): SAN DIEGO -- Former Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, fired recently after 13 seasons, is leaning toward leaving the only organization he has worked for since 1987. Go to news article

Twins fire manager Ron Gardenhire after 13 seasons (09/2014): MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — He was the third base coach who gave Kirby Puckett a high-five to punctuate his winning homer in Game 6 of the 1991 World Series.

Twins GM: Manager Ron Gardenhire likely to return in 2015 (08/2014): While no statement has been released from the Minnesota Twins, general manager Terry Ryan indicated Thursday that manager Ron Gardenhire is likely to return in 2015. Go to news article

Gleeman and the Geek, Ep 155: Ron Gardenhire's Donut Machine (07/2014): Aaron and John preview the trade deadline and debate Gardenhire's job security. Go to news article

Twins: Ron Gardenhire stays clear of draft preparation (06/2014): Two years ago, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire watched film of Byron Buxton before the scouting department spent $6 million and the No. 2 overall pick on the high school outfielder from rural Georgia. Go to news article

Twins' Ron Gardenhire critiques Mike Redmond's ejection (05/2014): SAN DIEGO -- Former Twins catcher Mike Redmond, now in his second season managing the Miami Marlins, received some national attention for his ejection on Tuesday. Go to news article

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire: losing Mastroianni 'sucks' (04/2014): ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The Twins have lost outfielder Darin Mastroianni on waivers to the Toronto Blue Jays, his original organization. Go to news article

Primetime: Ron Gardenhire talks Twins (01/2014): Twins manager Ron Gardenhire joined FOX 9 Sports Director Jim Rich to talk about the start of the new year and the use of new instant replay.

Baseball news: Ron Gardenhire, Terry Collins stay; Dale Sveum fired (09/2013): The Minnesota Twins announced a two-year contract extension with manager Ron Gardenhire on Monday that runs through the 2015 season. Gardenhire was in the last year of his contract.

Minnesota Twins: Ron Gardenhire determined to enjoy this season (08/2013): Shortly after the Philadelphia Phillies dismissed Charlie Manuel on Friday, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire turned to his boss and predicted what was coming next. Go to news article

Ron Gardenhire has Eric Wedge in his thoughts (07/2013): Twins manager said he wished Mariners manager well via text and says he’s “glad he’s doing OK and doing better.”

Minnesota Twins Ron Gardenhire faces his mentor (06/2013): WASHINGTON -- This weekend marks the first time Ron Gardenhire has managed against one of his early mentors, Davey Johnson of the Washington Nationals. Go to news article

Minnesota Twins: Ron Gardenhire ejected for 64th time (05/2013): DETROIT -- Twins manager Ron Gardenhire was ejected Saturday for the second time this season and the 64th time of his career, most among active managers. Go to news article

Minnesota Twins' Ron Gardenhire has a houseful (03/2013): SARASOTA, Fla. -- It will be a Gardenhire Family Reunion this week. Go to news article

Ron Gardenhire: Twins manager isn't only skipper on hot seat (02/2013): FORT MYERS, Fla. -- The Minnesota Twins have had all of two managers over the last quarter-century, so it's a bit startling to see Ron Gardenhire beginning the last year of his contract, his job seemingly on the line after back-to-back seasons of more than 95 losses. Go to news article

Minnesota Twins: Ron Gardenhire says expiring contract won't faze him (01/2013): Twins manager Ron Gardenhire enters the 2013 season with a redesigned coaching staff and a contract expiring in October while tasked with revitalizing a team that has lost 195 games the past two years. Go to news article

American League Central outlook: Twins' manager Ron Gardenhire on the hot seat (12/2012): Two years ago, the Twins had just won their second straight AL Central title, and Tigers manager Jim Leyland had acknowledged that his job was on the line in the coming season. Now it's the other way around.

Poll: How much confidence do you have in Ron Gardenhire? (10/2012): Yes, let's tear things apart and start over! No, you've got to be kidding me!

Ron Gardenhire Also Thinks Miguel Cabrera Should Win the MVP (09/2012): Despite dropping 2 of 3 to the Twins in a weekend set at Comerica Park, the debate continues to rage on who should win this year’s 'Most Valuable Player' award?

Minnesota Twins' Ron Gardenhire willing to consider six-man rotation (08/2012): OAKLAND, Calif. -- If the Minnesota Twins bring another starter up when rosters expand on Sept. 1, manager Ron Gardenhire said he'd be happy to finish the season with a six-man rotation. Go to news article

Minnesota Twins: Ron Gardenhire tries to remain quiet amid all the trade talk (07/2012): It's the time of year when Twins manager Ron Gardenhire's trips through the clubhouse take on a different feel.

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire needs Joe Mauer to say, 'I'm ready' (06/2012): CINCINNATI -- Twins fans wondering when their all-star catcher will be back in the lineup are in the same boat as the manager, who is waiting for Joe Mauer to knock on the door to his office and declare himself fit for service.

Charley Walters: Minnesota Twins' troubles wearing on manager Ron Gardenhire (05/2012): Ron Gardenhire has managed the Twins to six division championships in 10 seasons. In 2010, he was the American League's manager of the year.

Minnesota Twins: Ron Gardenhire serious about Camp Zero Tolerance (03/2012): FORT MYERS, Fla. - After watching some of his infielders kick the ball around in a split-squad loss Sunday against Boston, Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire addressed the issue with his players prior to tonight's game against the Red Sox at Hammond Stadium.

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire: 'We're not going to re-sign everybody' (11/2011): While recovering from shoulder surgery performed this week, Twins manager Ron Gardenhire is helping recruit free agents the team is targeting, and he's being honest about the job ahead in 2012.

Shooter Now: Minnesota Twins will retain Ron Gardenhire, Bill Smith (09/2011): Owner Jim Pohlad, after his Minnesota Twins had avoided a 100-loss season with a 1-0 victory over Kansas City on Wednesday night at Target Field, said general manager Bill Smith and manager Ron Gardenhire will return next season.

Twins manager Ron Gardenhire frustrated by young players' fundamental mistakes (08/2011): Ron Gardenhire has become increasingly frustrated this season with what he considers a general misunderstanding of baseball fundamentals on the part of his young players.

Ron Gardenhire Loses Bet, Loves Japanese Soccer (07/2011): Twins manager Ron Gardenhire lost a bet. His punishment was a new t-shirt.

Ron Gardenhire hopes young Twins heed veterans' harsh message (05/2011): SEATTLE - When the smoke cleared Tuesday, the Twins' clubhouse seemed a little happier, though with the team still sitting on baseball's worst record, Ron Gardenhire wasn't about to take his foot off the pedal.

Q&A with Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire (02/2011): The 2011 Minnesota Twins appear to be much the same team they were last season, when they won their second straight American League Central title — and sixth in nine years.