Who was the first Twins All-Star?

On July 11, 1961, this player was the first Minnesota Twin to appear in an All-Star game. Who was it? A) Bob Allison B) Harmon Killebrew C) Jim Kaat
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B) On July 11, 1961, Harmon Killebrew becomes the first Minnesota Twin to appear in an All-Star game. He smacked a pinch-hit home run off of San Francisco's Mike McCormick at Candlestick Park. The National League won, however, 5-4, in 10 innings.

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