Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, center, greets shortstop Danny Santana (39) and first baseman Joe Mauer (7) after their 12-3 win over the Detroit Tigers in a baseball game in Detroit, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Carlos Osorio
September 28, 2014
Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, center, greets shortstop Danny Santana (39) and first baseman Joe Mauer (7) after their 12-3 win over the Detroit Tigers in a baseball game in Detroit, Saturday, Sept. 27, 2014. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)
Carlos Osorio

Another 90-loss season for the Minnesota Twins has left the status of the coaching staff in question.

The Twins finished Sunday with a 3-0 defeat at Detroit and fell to 70-92.

Manager Ron Gardenhire's contract lasts through next season, but general manager Terry Ryan said Sunday he will meet individually with Gardenhire and each coach before determining their status. Gardenhire said this week he wants to return for a 14th season managing the Twins.

The Twins won their division in six of the first nine years under Gardenhire, but this is their fourth straight season with 92 or more losses.

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