Twins single-season home runs: Harmon, Harmon and...

  • Updated: May 18, 2011 - 10:12 AM
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July 13, 1965: Harmon Killebrew hits a home run during the 1965 All Star game held at Metropolitan Stadium.

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SEASONS AT THE PEAK

The top 10 single-season home run totals in Twins history:

Rank/player Year HR

1. Harmon Killebrew 1964 49

     Harmon Killebrew 1969 49

3. Harmon Killebrew 1962 48

4. Harmon Killebrew 1961 46

5. Harmon Killebrew 1963 45

6. Harmon Killebrew 1967 44

7. Harmon Killebrew 1970 41

8. Harmon Killebrew 1966 39

9. Bob Allison 1963 35

10. Gary Gaetti 1986 34

      Kent Hrbek 1987 34

      Justin Morneau 2006 34

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