Homegrown talent Kent Hrbek, or "Herbie" as he is known to Twins fans, embodied the spirit of Minnesota sports unlike any other player. Funny, insightful, and refreshingly down-to-earth, Tales from the Minnesota Twins Dugout provides a candid look at the glory years of Twins baseball in the late 1980s and early '90s.
Whether describing World Series heroics or the feeling of playing in front of a nearly empty stadium, Terry Daniel expertly captures Hrbek's distinctly Midwestern tone by coloring these anecdotes with just the right amount of wit and sincerity.
A memoir from the popular former Minnesota Twins All-Star and World Series hero.
In Tales from the Minnesota Twins Dugout, this fan favorite looks back at his playing career in Minnesota. Many stories revolve around the championship seasons of 1987 and 1991. Hrbek also shares his memories of the late Kirby Puckett and of his close friendship with third baseman Gary Gaetti.
Kent Hrbek’s Tales from the Minnesota Twins Dugout is a humorous, insightful, and at times heartbreaking story of one of the most memorable eras in team history, from one of Minnesota’s very own.