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The 1991 Twins, World Series Champions. Where are they now?

Here's a quick look at the starting lineup from that Game 7, 1-0 victory over Atlanta:

Dan Gladden: After scoring the game-winning run off of Gene Larkin's 10th-inning single, The Dazzle Man has enjoyed a long career on the Twins Radio Network.

Chuck Knoblauch: From Twins rookie legend to hated Yankee, it's been a rough go for Chuck since he left baseball after not being able to throw a ball to first base from 40 feet away.

Kirby Puckett: Hall of famer, taken from us way too soon.

Kent Hrbek: Bloomington's No. 14 has his number retired and a statue outside Target Field. He stays busy as a local commercial pitchman and spends a lot of time raising money to battle ALS. Also: Former host of Kent Hrbek Outdoors, a regional hunting and fishing TV show.

Chili Davis: Maybe best known for his spectacular quotes, not a bad player either, now the Oakland A's hitting coach.

Brian Harper: Now the hitting coach of the Iowa Cubs, the Chicago Cubs Triple-A affiliate.

Shane Mack: A youth football and baseball coach, also a top 25 Twin of all time according to Aaron Gleeman.

Mike Pagliarulo: The former third baseman is now a hitting coach for Pittsburgh's Triple-A affiliate in Indianapolis.

Greg Gagne: Made the Twins All-Metrodome team, now the head coach at Bishop Feehan High School in Massachusetts.

Jack Morris: St. Paul's finest pitcher has a new job this year as a Toronto Blue Jays radio analyst.

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