Video Vault: 1979 Twins 'Tell it like it is, Koos' TV ad

A gem from 1979, starring former Twins pitcher Jerry Koosman. Watch Koosman walk through the locker room, touting stars like Ken Landreaux and Roy Smalley. Must see. Don't do anything else today before you watch it...
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A gem from 1979, starring former Twins pitcher Jerry Koosman. Watch Koosman walk through the locker room, touting stars like Ken Landreaux and Roy Smalley. Must see. Don't do anything else today before you watch it...

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