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Hall of Fame Breakfast

We invite you to join Johan Santana on Saturday, August 4 for a special breakfast celebrating his induction into the Twins Hall of Fame.

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This kickoff event to Twins Hall of Fame weekend will feature a retrospective program featuring Johan Santana and other Twins Hall of Famers.

The program will also include a Q&A session, autographs, and photo opportunities with the 2018 Twins Hall of Fame inductee. You don't want to miss out on this monumental morning as we celebrate the Twins Hall of Fame.

Also in attendance and a part of the program will be other members of the Twins Hall of Fame class: Bert Blyleven, Rod Carew, Michael Cuddyer, Greg Gagne, Eddie Guardado, Kent Hrbek, Torii Hunter, Jim Kaat, Tom Kelly, Tony Oliva, Jim Perry, Brad Radke, and Jim Rantz.

*Twins Hall of Famers subject to change. Select member of the Twins Hall of Fame will be present for autographs:

Tony Oliva, Kent Hrbek, Jim Kaat, Bert Blyleven, Tom Kelly, Brad Radke, Greg Gagne, Jim Perry, Torii Hunter, Michael Cuddyer, Johan Santana. *Twins Hall of Famers subject to change.

Event Information

Saturday, August 4, 2018
9-11:30 a.m. CT
Delta SKY360° Club at Target Field

Santana will become the 31st member of the Twins Hall of Fame. Santana played 12 seasons in the major leagues, including eight with the Twins from 2000-07. He finished his Twins career going 93- 44 with six complete games and four shutouts while posting a 3.22 ERA (1308.2 IP, 468 ER), 364 walks and 1,381 strikeouts. The two-time American League Cy Young Award winner (2004 & 2006) had five straight seasons with at least 12 wins from 2003 to 2008 including a career best 20 wins in 2004 and an AL-leading 19 wins in 2006. On August 19, 2007, Santana set a Twins record with 17 strikeouts in 8.0 innings against the Rangers, a record still active today. A native of Tovar, Venezuela, Santana was selected by the Twins in the 1999 Rule 5 Draft and ranks fourth in Twins history in strikeouts, second in ERA (min. 1300 IP), seventh in wins and innings pitched, and ninth in starts. The 38-year-old was named to three AL All-Star teams with the Twins and won the AL Rawlings Gold Glove Award in 2007.

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.