Who was number 10 for the Minnesota Twins?

Who was number 10 for the Minnesota Twins?

Tom Kelly
Tom Kelly – #10 CAREER: Minnesota’s record under Kelly’s leadership is 1,140-1,244. He led the Twins to their first World Championship over the St. Louis Cardinals in 1987, his first full season on the job. A second World Series title followed in 1991 after a dramatic Game 7 victory over the Atlanta Braves.

What happened to Tom Kelly Jr?

Tom Jr. died on Jan. 16, at 42, while on a golf trip to Scottsdale, Ariz. He missed a tee time, which had never happened.

What numbers have the Twins retired?

Kaat will join Harmon Killebrew (3), Rod Carew (29), Tony Oliva (6), Kent Hrbek (14), Kirby Puckett (34), Bert Blyleven (28), Tom Kelly (10) and Joe Mauer (7) on the list of retired numbers. Jackie Robinson’s 42 has been set aside for all Major League Baseball teams.

Does Tom Kelly have kids?

On Monday, the Star Tribune reported that Kelly’s son, Tom Kelly Jr., died Saturday in Scottsdale, Ariz. The 42-year-old was reportedly on a golf excursion with friends from the Minnesota area. However, when his friends checked on him after he missed a tee time, they found Kelly Jr.

Who wore number 9 for the Minnesota Twins?

Larry Hisle
9: Minnesota Twins’ Larry Hisle (1973-1977)

Who wore number 47 for the Minnesota Twins?

Jack Morris —
46: Bob Wells — He pitched in 414 career games, and 265 of them came with the Twins from 1999-2002. 47: Jack Morris — He’s a St. Paul native who threw 10 scoreless innings in Game 7 of the 1991 World Series.

Where does Tom Kelly live?

Currently, he serves as a special assistant to the general manager for the Twins. Kelly was born in Graceville, Minnesota, and grew up in Sayreville, New Jersey, attending St….Tom Kelly (baseball)

Tom Kelly
Home runs 1
Runs batted in 11
Managerial record 1,140-1,244
Winning % .478

What years did the Minnesota Twins win the World Series?

19914-3 – Atlanta Braves
19874-3 – St. Louis Cardinals
Minnesota Twins/World Series championships

Who wore number 7 for the Minnesota Twins?

Tony Oliva
Tony Oliva (No. 7), and eight-time All-Star and three-time batting champ had his number retired by the team in 1991. No other player wore the number for more than five years, so this one isn’t close.

Who wore number 11 for the Minnesota Twins?

Chuck Knoblauch
11: Minnesota Twins’ Chuck Knoblauch (1991-1997)

Who is number 34 on the Minnesota Twins?

Brent Rooker

34 206.1 lbs

Is Tom Kelly a Hall of Famer?

Kelly managed the Minnesota team for sixteen seasons, winning the World Series in both 1987 and 1991. There have only been 23 men have managed more than one World Series title and most are in the Hall of Fame. Kelly presents an interesting case though as his overall winning percentage is . 478 (1140 wins, 1244 losses).