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Twins | Camilo Pascual, Kent Hrbek to be honored

Sat, 28 Jan 2012 10:33:40 -0800

Former Minnesota Twins SP Camilo Pascual will be honored during a pregame ceremony July 14, when he will become the 24th person to be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame. Team president Dave St. Peter also confirmed that a bronze statue of former 1B Kent Hrbek will be added outside Target Field this season.

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Twins | Former top player believes his old team will be fine

Tue, 29 Jan 2008 23:50:18 -0800

La Velle E. Neal III, of The Minneapolis Star-Tribune, reports former Minnesota Twins standout Kent Hrbek believes his former team can get over the loss of SP Johan Santana to the New York Mets and have a good season. "It all depends on what happens with the pitching staff they have and how well they will perform,'' said Hrbek. "If they pitch their butts off and do well, everyone will be like: 'Who?'"

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MLB | Former Scout and Catcher Giuliani Passes Away

Sun, 10 Oct 2004 14:25:25 -0700

The Associated Press reports Angelo Giuliani, who played parts of seven big league seasons as a catcher before becoming a scout for the Washington Senators and Minnesota Twins, died at the age of 91 Friday, Oct. 8. Giuliani played in 243 games in the late 1930s and early '40s and was behind the plate when Hall of Famer Joe DiMaggio batted for the first time in the big leagues. He was also on the field when Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig gave his famous farewell speech at Yankee Stadium in 1939. As a scout, he signed Kent Hrbek and other players for the Twins before retiring in 1987. KFFL offers our condolences.

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Twins | Carew Returns To Minnesota, Accepts Executive Position

Tue, 20 Jan 2004 13:35:13 -0800

The Associated Press reports the Minnesota Twins signed Hall of Famer Rod Carew to an executive staff position. Carew will assist in several facets of the front office, including corporate partnerships, marketing, community affairs and broadcasting. Minnesota already has former greats Harmon Killebrew, Tony Oliva and Kent Hrbek working for the club in similar capacities.

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