Major leaguers from the 1980 St. Cloud State Huskies:


Jim Eisenreich: A swift outfielder with a smooth lefty swing, he overcame his untreated Tourette’s Syndrome with the Twins to play in 1,422 games, bat .290 and win a World Series with the ’97 Marlins.


Dana Kiecker: Made 25 starts (8-9, 3.97) for AL East-winning Red Sox in 1990; pitched in 50 games total in two seasons with Boston.


Bob Hegman: Infielder played a half-inning for Royals on Aug. 8, 1985, replacing George Brett.