The Minnesota Twins pranked bullpen coach Eddie Guardado by hiding in his locker with an airhorn, and were extremely successful in scaring the bejesus out of him.
Not only did Bruno dance last night, we made Guardado dance too. pic.twitter.com/pJHYRFS86j— Glen Perkins (@glenperkins) June 23, 2015Reliever Brian Duensing blew the airhorn, so he's the one who will have to watch his...
Minnesota Twins bullpen coach Eddie Guardado was shot with an airhorn by pitcher Brian Duensing yesterday.Much to the delight of many.
Not only did Bruno dance last night, we made Guardado dance too. pic.twitter.com/pJHYRFS86j— Glen Perkins (@glenperkins) June 23, 2015[Dan Carson]Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return home for Top sports news.
Bullpen coach Eddie Guardado is a beloved member of the Minnesota Twins fraternity, thanks to his days serving as the team’s closer, a role in which he was referred to as “Everyday Eddie.” Well, it isn’t every day that Guardado gets the living daylights scared out of him, but that’s exactly what occurred following the...Read More
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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Relaxing with a cup of coffee in the Minnesota Twins' clubhouse one day last year at spring training, Eddie Guardado looked around.
All the heads he saw were down.
''Nobody's talking to anybody,'' said Guardado, then a guest instructor during camp, in discussion with the team's equipment manager.
Dejection? Contemplation? No, mostly consumption, made convenient...
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May 05, 2015
By Abe Winter
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- His nickname became Everyday Eddie, but he didn't really pitch every game.
Eddie Guardado said the nickname was given by a Minneapolis writer.
"I pitched in 11 or 12 games in a row, so he named me Everyday Eddie. It just stuck," the smiling Guardado said during a break in Wednesday's drills at the spring training camp of the Minnesota Twins. "Hey...
MINNEAPOLIS -- New Twins manager Paul Molitor's coaching staff is three steps closer to being complete.
The team announced Tuesday that it has hired Neil Allen as the pitching coach, former Twins closer Eddie Guardado as bullpen coach and Joe Vavra as the bench coach. That leaves just one coaching position â first-base coach -- yet to be filled. General manager Terry Ryan added...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) The Minnesota Twins have announced three more assistants for new manager Paul Molitor, adding pitching coach Neil Allen, bullpen coach Eddie Guardado and bench coach Joe Vavra.
Allen was the pitching coach for the Tampa Bay Rays for the last four seasons. He's the only hire for Molitor's staff so far from outside the organization. Allen pitched 11 years in the majors...
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November 25, 2014