Pascual inducted into Twins Hall of Fame

Fans honored five-time All-Star pitcher Camilo Pascual before the Twins game Saturday at Target Field. The right-hander became the 24th member inducted into the Twins Hall of Fame. The Cuban native played 13 seasons with the Senators/Twins franchise.
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Fans honored five-time All-Star pitcher Camilo Pascual before the Twins game Saturday at Target Field, MLB.com reports. The right-hander became the 24th member inducted into the Twins Hall of Fame. The Cuban native played 13 seasons with the Senators/Twins franchise.

Twins Hall of Famers Rod Carew, Tom Kelly, Tony Oliva, Jim Perry and Jim Rantz were also on hand for the induction.

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