It was 1977, Jimmy Carter had just become president. New York City celebrated the opening of the World Trade Center and suffered through a 25-hour black out in the middle of a hot summer. Two guys named Steve (Jobs and Wozniak) gave us the
September 24 was the final day of the 2014 Target Field schedule for the Twins. Even though it was a difficult season to be a Twins fan, the team was 67-90 going into the game, I was looking forward to seeing Phil Hughes pitch in
The Twins visited Kansas City on April 19, 2014 to play the Royals at Kauffman Stadium. I was fortunate enough to be there on a nice spring day to catch the game and take some photos.
In my forty plus years following the Twins I have off and on had one player who stood out as my favorite. As I've grown older the reason for a player earning the designation of "favorite Twin" has evolved.
Back in 2002 I traveled to Mt. Rushmore for the first time; since then I've always imagined what four faces I would put on a Twins Mt. Rushmore. I think we can refer to these four by their nicknames and you will know who I'm talking about.