We invite you to join former Twins first baseman, Justin Morneau on Saturday, May 23rd for a special breakfast celebrating his induction into the Twins Hall of Fame. The breakfast will include a program feature other members of the Twins Hall of Fame.
*Twins Hall of Famers subject to change. Select member of the Twins Hall of Fame will be present for autographs.
Date: Saturday, May 23rd, 2020
Time: 8:00-10:30 a.m. CT
Location: Loews Minneapolis Hotel (A short walking distance from Target Field. 601 1st Avenue North, Minneapolis, MN 55403)
Onsite Parking is available
Hall of Fame Breakfast Ticket (Hall of Fame Breakfast Ticket Only)
Hall of Fame Breakfast Ticket Packages are Available (Package includes a Twins game ticket + Hall of Fame Breakfast Ticket)
Morneau played 14 seasons in the major leagues, including 11 with the Twins from 2003-13. He finished his Twins career hitting .278 (1318-for-4749) with 289 doubles, 16 triples, 221 home runs, 860 RBI, 669 runs scored and 501 walks in 1278 games. The 2006 American League Most Valuable Player hit 30-or-more home runs three times for the Twins and recorded 100 RBI-or-more in four seasons. As a member of the Twins, he was named to four-straight AL All-Star teams (2007-10) and earned two Louisville Slugger Silver Slugger Awards (2006 & '08). The New Westminster, Vancouver, Canada native was drafted by the Twins in the third round of the 1999 First-Year Player Draft and ranks second on the Twins all-time list in games played at first base (1124), third in home runs, sixth in RBI, and eighth in hits and walks. He remains with the Twins as a Special Assistant to Baseball Operations, a position he has held for the last two seasons. Additionally, 2020 will mark Morneau's third season as an analyst for select Twins television broadcasts on FOX Sports North.
All net proceeds will benefit the Twins Community Fund. The mission of the Twins Community Fund is to enrich local and regional communities by providing resources for the healthy development of children and families through an association with baseball, softball and the Minnesota Twins.