Player Times selected Comment
Rod Carew 12 Hall of Famer also appeared in four All-Star Games while with the Angels.
Harmon Killebrew 11 Hall of Famer was also All-Star in 1959 with the Senators, before franchise became the Twins.
Kirby Puckett 10 Starting in 1986, he played in 10 consecutive All-Star Games, and he was the MVP in 1993 in Baltimore.
Tony Oliva 8 Played in his first All-Star Game as a rookie in 1964.
Joe Mauer 6 Is hitting .364 (4-for-11) in six All-Star Games.
Earl Battey 5 The catcher won three consecutive Gold Gloves from 1960 to 1962.
Chuck Knoblauch 4 The AL Rookie of the Year in 1991, he made his first All-Star appearance in 1992, picked by Tom Kelly. Justin Morneau 4 The AL MVP in 2006 made his first All-Star appearance the following season.
Joe Nathan 4 The reliever was an All-Star with Texas in 2012 and 2013, earning the save last year in New York.
Camilo Pascual 4 The righthander, a native of Cuba, spent 17 seasons in the big leagues.
Rick Aguilera 3 At the time of his retirement, his 318 career saves were eighth-best in MLB history.
Johan Santana 3 The lefthander was a member of 2009 NL All-Star team with the Mets.
Bob Allison 2 The outfielder was an All-Star and AL Rookie of the Year in 1959 with the Senators.
Gary Gaetti 2 The third baseman won four consecutive Gold Gloves from 1986 to 1989.
Eddie Guardado 2 The lefthander saved 86 games in 2002 and 2003 for the Twins.
Jim Perry 2 The 1970 Cy Young Award winner was also an All-Star in 1959 with Cleveland.
Jimmie Hall 2 The outfielder hit 98 home runs in his four seasons with the Twins.
Torii Hunter 2 The outfielder has been named to three All-Star Games since leaving the Twins in 2008.
Jim Kaat 2 The lefthander, who won 25 games in 1966, also was an All-Star with the White Sox in 1975.
Rich Rollins 2 Played in both All-Star Games in 1962, going 2-for-5.
Zoilo Versalles 2 The shortstop won Gold Gloves in 1963 and 1965 and was the 1965 AL MVP.
Butch Wynegar 2 The catcher was an All-Star in 1976 and 1977, his first two seasons in the majors.
Bert Blyleven 1 Also an All-Star with Cleveland in 1985, one month before being traded back to the Twins.
Tom Brunansky 1 The slugger was the Twins’ lone All-Star in the 1985 game at the Metrodome.
Leo Cardenas 1 The shortstop was a four-time NL All-Star before joining the Twins in 1970.
Jim Grant 1 The righthander, an All-Star with Cleveland in 1963, won a career-high 21 games in 1965.
Cristian Guzman 1 The shortstop hit .302 for the Twins in 2001; he also was an NL All-Star with Washington in 2008.
Dean Chance 1 An All-Star and Cy Young winner for the Angels in 1964, he won 20 games for the Twins in 1967.
Ron Coomer 1 Hit a career-high 16 home runs in 127 games for the Twins in his 1999 All-Star season.
Doug Corbett 1 The reliever, an All-Star in 1981, was part of the 1982 trade that brought Tom Brunansky to the Twins.
Michael Cuddyer 1 A first-round draft pick in 1997, he was also an All-Star last year, when he claimed the NL batting title.
Dave Engle 1 Acquired in the trade that sent Rod Carew to the Angels, Engle hit the first home run in the Metrodome.
Scott Erickson 1 Was a career-best 20-8 in 1991, his second season in the majors, but was injured for the All-Star Game.
Larry Hisle 1 Hit 28 home runs with 119 RBI in his 1977 All-Star season; was an All-Star with Milwaukee in 1978.
Kent Hrbek 1 An All-Star in 1982, his first full major league season; he finished second in Rookie of the Year voting.
Ken Landreaux 1 Acquired in the trade that sent Carew to the Angels, Landreaux batted .305 and .281 in two years here.
Tim Laudner 1 Doubled in his only All-Star at-bat in the 1988 All-Star Game in Cincinnati, one of five Twins selected.
Matt Lawton 1 Drove in a career-high 88 runs for the Twins in 2000; was an All-Star in 2004 with Cleveland.
Francisco Liriano 1 An All-Star in 2006, the lefthander has won Comeback Player of the Year honors in each league.
Joe Mays 1 After going 13-26 in his first two seasons here, he was a career-best 17-13 in his All-Star 2001 season.
Eric Milton 1 Won a career-high 15 games and pitched a career-high 220⅔ innings his All-Star season.
Jack Morris 1 Started the All-Star Game in his only season (1991) with the Twins; was a four-time All-Star with Detroit.
Glen Perkins 1 Seventh former Gophers player — first since 1996 — to be named to the All-Star Game.
A.J. Pierzynski 1 The catcher, now in his 17th big league season, was also an All-Star with the White Sox in 2006.
Brad Radke 1 The righthander won 148 games and averaged 204 innings per season in his 12 seasons with the Twins.
Jeff Reardon 1 The reliever, seventh on MLB’s all-time saves list, was a two-time NL All-Star before being traded here.
John Roseboro 1 The catcher was a five-time NL All-Star before being acquired by the Twins.
Roy Smalley 1 Had career highs of 24 home runs, 95 RBI and 162 games played in his All-Star season (1979).
Frank Viola 1 Was the winning pitcher in the 1988 All-Star Game; a two-time NL All-Star with the Mets.
Gary Ward 1 Hit 47 home runs in his two full seasons with the Twins; was an All-Star with Texas in 1985.
|Baltimore - LP: K. Gausman||4||FINAL|
|Detroit - WP: J. Nathan||6|
|Colorado||3||Top 9th Inning|
|Oakland||4||Bottom 5th Inning|
|Colorado||3||3rd Prd 19:26|
|West Virginia||36||2nd Half 3:46|
|Xavier||40||2nd Half 13:26|
|Northern Colorado||57||2nd Half 2:47|