Twins Hall of Fame Weekend
What: The Twins will induct Michael Cuddyer and Andy MacPhail into their Hall of Fame this weekend.
When: The plaques will be unveiled on Target Plaza at 4:15 p.m. Saturday. Cuddyer’s on-field ceremony starts at 6 p.m. Saturday and MacPhail’s at 1 p.m. Sunday.
About Cuddyer: He played 11 of his 15 seasons with the Twins. An All-Star in 2011, he was part of six AL Central championship teams. Hit 141 home runs and had 580 RBI for the Twins after being their top pick (ninth overall) in 1997. Cuddyer, 38, is a Twins special assistant.
About MacPhail: General manager for nine seasons, including the World Series championship teams in 1987 and 1991. MacPhail, 64, is president of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Other Twins Hall of Famers: Harmon Killebrew, Rod Carew, Tony Oliva, Kent Hrbek, Kirby Puckett, Calvin Griffith (inducted in 2000); Jim Kaat, Herb Carneal (2001); Bert Blyleven, Tom Kelly (2002); Bob Casey, Bob Allison (2003); Earl Battey (2004); Frank Viola, Carl Pohlad (2005); Zoilo Versalles (2006); Gary Gaetti, Jim Rantz (2007); Rick Aguilera (2008); Brad Radke, George Brophy (2009); Greg Gagne (2010); Jim Perry (2011); Camilo Pascual (2012); Eddie Guardado, Tom Mee (2013); Chuck Knoblauch (elected but not inducted in 2014); Torii Hunter, John Gordon (2016).