To celebrate the Twins 60th season in Minnesota, while raising money for the Minnesota Twins Community Fund, the team is selling a limited edition bobblehead set.

The Twins Hall of Fame Bobblehead set, which goes on sale Thursday, August 13 at 10:00 a.m., depicts the 34 members of the exclusive club, including 2020 electee Justin Morneau.

The Twins Hall of Fame honors players, managers, coaches and off-field personnel who have contributed to the organization’s growth and success since Minnesota broke into the major leagues in 1961.

Other bobbleheads in the set include:

  • The inaugural class of Twins Hall of Famers — Harmon Killebrew, Rod Carew, Tony Oliva, Kent Hrbek and Kirby Puckett (inducted in 2000.)
  • Pitcher Jim Kaat and broadcaster Herb Carneal (2001)
  • Pitcher Bert Blyleven and manager Tom Kelly (2002)
  • Long-time public address announcer Bob Casey and outfielder Bob Allison (2003)
  • Catcher Earl Battey (2004)
  • Pitcher Frank Viola (2005) and owner Carl Pohlad (2005)
  • Shortstop Zoilo Versalles (2006)
  • Third baseman Gary Gaetti (2007) and farm director Jim Rantz (2007)
  • Pitcher Rick Aguilera (2008);
  • Pitcher Brad Radke and farm and scouting director George Brophy (2009)
  • Shortstop Greg Gagne (2010)
  • Pitcher Jim Perry (2011)
  • Pitcher Camilo Pascual (2012)
  • Pitcher Eddie Guardado and director of media relations Tom Mee (2013)
  • Outfielder Torii Hunter and radio broadcaster John Gordon (2016)
  • Outfielder Michael Cuddyer and former general manager Andy MacPhail (2017)
  • Pitcher Johan Santana (2018)
  • Pitcher Joe Nathan and former club president Jerry Bell (2019).
  • First basemen Justin Morneau, who was elected in January 2020.  However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, his official induction ceremony is delayed until the 2021 season.
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The Twins Hall of Fame Bobblehead Set, is priced at $499 per set (including shipping and handling). Sets are limited to two per order and will ship to purchasers in November of 2020.

Proceeds will benefit the Minnesota Twins Community Fund whose mission is "to enrich local and regional communities by providing resources for the healthy development of children and families through an association with baseball, softball and the Minnesota Twins."

You can can follow the link below to get complete information and to place your order beginning at 10:00 a.m. on August 13.  Supplies are limited.

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