Ex-Twins in the Playoffs

The local boys didn't do so well this year, but several of our former heroes are in the playoffs.  If you want a reason to root for someone, maybe this will help.


Boston:  Craig Breslow, David Ortiz, Greg Colbrunn (batting coach), Eddie Bane (special assistant, player personnel), Luis Tiant (pitching instructor)

Cleveland:  Matt Carson, Jason Kubel, Adam Everett (minor league infield coordinator)

Detroit:  Torii Hunter, Glenn Williams (scout)

Oakland:  Grant Balfour, Pat Neshek, Chili Davis (batting coach), Chip Hale (bench coach), Marcus Jensen (catching coordinator), Billy Beane (vice-president and general manager), Chris Pittaro (special assistant to the general manager)

Tampa Bay:  Jesse Crain, Delmon Young, Mike Cubbage (special assignment scout)

Texas:  Matt Garza, Joe Nathan, A. J. Pierzynski, Ron Washington (manager), Keith Comstock (rehabilitation coach)


Atlanta:  Luis Ayala, Jim Powell (broadcaster)

Cincinnati:  Corky Miller, Chris Speier (bench coach)

Los Angeles:  Peter Moylan, Drew Butera, Nick Punto, Juan Castro (special assistant, player personnel)

Pittsburgh:  Francisco Liriano, Garrett Jones, Justin Morneau, Jay Bell (batting coach), Rick Sofield (first base coach), Kimera Bartee (baserunning coordinator), Tom Prince (catching coordinator)

St. Louis:  Randy Choate, Brock Peterson, John Rooney (broadcaster)

One thought on “Ex-Twins in the Playoffs”

  1. Is it bad that I almost want LA to win it all because of how hilarious it would be for Drew Butera to get a ring when Joe Mauer will, in all likelihood, never get one?

    Otherwise, based on that list above its Oakland and Pittsburgh for me.

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