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Retiring broadcaster John Gordon thankful to Twins, fans

Gordon is best known for his famous call in 1991, when Puckett hit a game-winning homer in Game 6 of the World Series to send it into a seventh game, which the Twins won for their second championship.
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Gordon is best known for his famous call in 1991, when Puckett hit a game-winning homer in Game 6 of the World Series to send it into a seventh game, which the Twins won for their second championship.

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