The Twins will unveil a statue of former manager Tom Kelly before Friday’s game against the Tigers. The unveiling is set for 4:30 p.m. at Target Plaza, outside Gate 34. Kelly managed the Twins to World Series titles in 1987 and 1991, and is the team’s all-time leader in games managed (2,384), victories (1,140) and losses (1,244). His No. 10 was retired by the team in 2012.
Rod Carew returned to Minnesota from California on Monday, flying for the first time since his heart transplant in December. He is here to take part in the Twins' celebration of the 50th anniversary of Carew's Rookie of the Year season (1967) and the 40th anniversary of his flirtation with .400 when he won the American League MVP Award in 1977. Carew, 71, and his wife, Rhonda, also talked about the "Heart of 29" campaign they have started to raise awareness for heart issues.
Miguel Sano of the Twins will participate in the Home Run Derby, set for Miami on July 10, the day before the All-Star Game. The Twins confirmed the news on Thursday. The All-Star Game starters will be named Sunday, based on fan balloting, and MLB released voting totals Thursday at noon eastern time. Sano continues to lead balloting in the American League at third base, but his lead over Cleveland's Jose Ramirez had dwindled to less than 30,000 votes. The fan voting ends at midnight.
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Selecting a term
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