Top 50 Players in Minnesota Twins History
When the Senators moved from Washington to Minnesota in 1961 the roster that became the Twins included an incredible combination of young, established stars and MLB-ready prospects. Harmon Killebrew was already one of baseball’s elite sluggers at age 24, catcher Earl Battey and right fielder Bob Allison were among their respective positions’ top players at age 26, and the rotation had a 27-year-old ace in Camilo Pascual. That alone would have been an impressive collection of 27-and-under talent, but those four building- block players were also joined by 21-year-old rookie . . .
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