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Harmon Killebrew was a member of the Twins from their inaugural season in 1961 through 1974. (AP)
All-time leaders & stats
Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew hit 573 career home runs to place him ninth on the all-time home run list and second to only Babe Ruth in American League history. Take a look at Harmon's impressive career numbers and see where he ranks in other offensive categories.
Minnesota Baseball History
Professional baseball in Minnesota dates back to 1884 with various teams and leagues. However since 1961, the baseball spotlight in Minnesota has focused mainly on the major league game. Go >
Use the links above to trace the franchise's history, from the move from Washington, all the way to their new home at Target Field. Go >
Awards and Honors
All-time Rosters
Every player to wear a Twins or Senators uniform is listed here, including Paul Molitor. Go >
2010 Top 12

2009 First Half
2009 Second Half

2008 First Half
2008 Second Half
Multimedia Highlights

Baseball's Best Baseball's Best
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Top Plays of 2009:
• Punto saves a run, 10/6:  400K
• Mauer's RBI single, 10/3:  400K

Top Plays of 2008:
• Mauer's two-run triple, 9/28:  400K
• Morneau's grand slam, 9/5:  400K

Stats and Records

LEADERS (*as of 2012)

1. H. Killebrew 1,540
2. K. Hrbek 1,086
3. K. Puckett 1,085

1. W. Johnson 417
2. J. Kaat 190
3. B. Blyleven 149
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