On July 18, 1962, Harmon Killebrew and Bob Allison each hit grand slams in the same inning in a 14-3 win over the Cleveland Indians. The homers were part of an 11-run first inning.
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Sports MN Quiz: Which two Twins hit grand slams in the same inning at Metropolitan Stadium?
Firepower in Bloomington. At Met Stadium, which two Twins hit grand slams in the same inning? For the answer, click the headline above.
Minnesota Twins unveil Hrbek statue at Target Field
The bronze statue of the former first baseman is now outside Gate 14. Bloomington-native Kent Hrbek joins Rod Carew, Calvin Griffith, Carl and Eloise Pohlad, Kirby Puckett, Harmon Killebrew and Tony Oliva.
What will Hrbek's statue look like?
It’s set to be a big Saturday for big Herbie. Before the Twins-Rangers game, Kent Hrbek will have his statue unveiled outside Gate 14 tomorrow at Target Field. The former first basemen will join Kirby Puckett, Tony Oliva, Harmon Killebrew and Rod Carew as the only players with statues outside the ballpark.
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