April 12, 1965: Twins win in extra innings on Opening Day

A cold, wet winter is normally brightened by the approach of…

May 12, 1965: Killebrew belts two homers, including game-winner in eighth

When the Minnesota Twins headed to Metropolitan Stadium to play…

May 26, 1965: Jim Perry makes the most of his opportunity to beat Red Sox

Sometimes the best deal for a major-league team is the one it…

July 11, 1965: Harmon Killebrew clouts walkoff home run to beat Yankees

Harmon Killebrew clouted 573 home runs in his 22-year big-league…

July 13, 1965: Senior Circuit takes charge in Minnesota's first All-Star Game

Several themes were evident for All-Star games played in the…

September 8-9, 1965: Chicago showdown: Twins take two at Comiskey Park

They called it the Chicago showdown. The Minnesota Twins, in…

September 25, 1965: Twins sweep Senators, but magic number remains at one

The Minnesota Twins were fully aware of how, just one year before,…

September 26, 1965: A pennant for the Twins

The magic number was one. A Minnesota win or Baltimore loss…

October 6, 1965: Twins take Game One of World Series in Koufax's absence

Game One of the 1965 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers…

October 10, 1965: Dodgers' small ball ties the World Series in Game Four

The famous line in the movie A League of Their Own, “There’s…

October 11, 1965: Koufax's clutch hitting gives Dodgers a 3-2 Series lead

This edition of the fall classic had so many bizarre twists and…

October 13, 1965: Mudcat ties the Series with pitching, hitting in Game Six

It sounds like a corny Hollywood movie. The home team has its…

October 14, 1965: Koufax has nothing to atone for in Game Seven masterpiece

Unfortunately for the Minnesota Twins, there were no Jewish holidays…