I will answer to the best of my knowledge any questions about the Minnesota Twins. However, I'm not looking to answer any trivia questions, unless it's something you really don't know the answer to already. Basically, no trivial pursuit, where you already know the answer.
I've been a Twins fan for as long as I can remember. I go to several games a year, and have been to every home opener since 1991. When I can't get to the game, it's a rare occasion that I'm not either watching the game on TV, or listening to it on the radio.
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Hi Tom. Thanks for the question. Here is who has worn #37 for the Twins, and the years they did: Tony Oliva - 1962-63 Steve Byre - 1970-71 Bill Butler - 1977 Roric Harrison - 1978 Dan Graham
Hi Donald. Thanks for the question. I'm not really a collector of sports memorabila, so I can't really tell you if they are worth anything. I would guess because they are so old that they would
Hi Cheryl. Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, I'm not going to be much help to you. No Twins player wore #10 during the 2010 season. As a matter of fact, according to the list I have, no Twin
Hi Kate. Thanks for the question. Both teams are honoring the old Negro League tonight. The Twins uniform is that of the St. Paul Colored Gophers, an independent team that last only a few years
Hi Aaron. Thanks for the question. Here's who I have on the list for wearing #2: Zolio Versalles, 1961-67 Frank Kostro, 1968-69 Craig Nettles, 1969 Frank Crosetti, 1970-71 Bobby Darwin, 1972-75