Paul Molitor at a glance

Born: Aug. 22, 1956, in St. Paul.

Family: Wife Destini, daughters Blaire and Julia, sons Joshua and Ben.

MLB career: 21 seasons (15 in Milwaukee, three in Toronto, three in Minnesota), 3,319 hits (10th all-time), 605 doubles (11th all-time), .306 career batting average. Seven-time All-Star, twice MVP runner-up (1979, ’94). Elected to National Baseball Hall of Fame on first ballot in 2004.

Post-playing career: Twins bench coach, 2000-01; Mariners hitting coach, 2004; Twins minor league baserunning/infield coordinator 2003, 2005-13; Twins coach 2014.

Managers played for (8): George Bamberger, Buck Rodgers, Harvey Kuenn, Rene Lachemann, Tom Trebelhorn, Phil Garner, Cito Gaston, Tom Kelly.

Coaching staff: Tom Brunansky, hitting coach; Rudy Hernandez, assistant hitting coach; Neil Allen, pitching coach; Butch Davis, first base coach; Gene Glynn, third base coach; Joe Vavra, bench coach; Eddie Guardado, bullpen coach.