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  • ian2813
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    Originally posted by Second Base Coach View Post
    Greg Gagne was the starting shortstop on both.

    The bench was very much the same. Gene Larkin, Al Newman, and Randy Bush... but I think the bench catchers were different.

    I think the entire pitching staff was different. Unless it was someone like Juan Berenguer or Allan Anderson. I cannot remember.
    I figured this thread would go quickly. You just named all the remaining players. For the record, Allan Anderson was the lone pitching holdover, and he's the only one on the list who didn't play in either World Series, while the other seven each played in both.

    On a cool but meaningless note, this is post #1,991 for me. How fitting.

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  • Second Base Coach
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    Greg Gagne was the starting shortstop on both.

    The bench was very much the same. Gene Larkin, Al Newman, and Randy Bush... but I think the bench catchers were different.

    I think the entire pitching staff was different. Unless it was someone like Juan Berenguer or Allan Anderson. I cannot remember.

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  • ian2813
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    Originally posted by GiambiJuice View Post
    Kirby Puckett
    Kent Hrbek
    Dan Gladden
    All correct answers.

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  • GiambiJuice
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    Kirby Puckett
    Kent Hrbek
    Dan Gladden

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  • ian2813
    started a topic 1987 & 1991 Twins

    1987 & 1991 Twins

    Eight players played for both of the Twins' World Series Championship teams. Can you name them all?

    1. Kirby Puckett
    2. Kent Hrbek
    3. Dan Gladden
    4. Greg Gagne
    5. Gene Larkin
    6. Al Newman
    7. Randy Bush
    8. Allan Anderson
    Last edited by ian2813; 06-28-2012, 07:32 AM.

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