On the second day of the Northern Ag Expo at the FargoDome, Minnesota Twins legend Kent Hrbek and play-by-play announcer Dick Bremer took to the main stage to field questions from the audience. The duo gave their assessment of the Minnesota Twins heading into the 2012 season, and both were optimistic about an improved team performance next year.
Hrbek played fourteen seasons for the Twins. In 1991, he batted .284 with 20 home runs to help the team rise from a last-place finish the season before to their second World Series title in five years. When asked by an audience member what his favorite memory was from the ’91 Series, Hrbek replied, “The last out.”
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