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Skills, talents and life lessons routinely are passed down from father to son, but who knew the finer points of how to maintain bushy and uncontrollable eyebrows were one of them? Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire recently was photographed by his Lindsay Gardenhire, his daughter-in-law and wife to son, Toby, demonstrating to his son how to go about shaving one’s eyebrows so they do not appear to be bloated and hairy leeches or resemble the disaster sitting on the forehead of NBA rookie Anthony Davis. The younger Gardenhire, who not only is picking up manscaping techniques from his old man, is likely soaking up managerial skills from his old man after being named the head coach of the University of Wisconsin-Stout baseball team. But obviously, eyebrow-shaving is a far more important skill to possess. Father teaching son how to trim eyebrows #SpecialMoment #10poundslighter twitter.com/Lindsay22Rae/s… — Lindsay Gardenhire (@Lindsay22Rae) March 19, 2013 Ha. Ten pounds lighter. ...
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Minnesota manager Ron Gardenhire taught his son, Toby, many things about the game of baseball. Recently, the Twins skipper gave his oldest child a different life lesson.
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league start yesterday, but following his outing he told reporters, including
Rhett Bollinger of MLB.com, that he won’t be ready for the start of the regular
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— Rhett Bollinger...
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Samuel Deduno entered spring training with an outside chance of making the Minnesota Twins' rotation. His performance at the World Baseball Classic might have given him an edge.
Deduno is scheduled to return to Twins spring training camp Thursday after helping the Dominican Republic beat Puerto Rico 3-0 in the championship game of the WBC. Deduno pitched five innings of two...
By DAVID DORSEY
Special to FOXSportsNorth.com
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