Paul Molitor Appears To Have Righted The Ship In MN (Photo)
Minnesota Twins manager Paul Molitor collected more than 3,000 hits as a player, leading to his induction into the baseball hall of game in 2004. Last season, Molitor took over for Ron Gardenhire as the team’s skipper, after Minnesota endured 4 consecutive 90 plus loss seasons. Molitor, a St. Paul native, provided the organization with a fresh new attitude, leading to a much improved 83-79 finish, just 3 games out of an AL Wild Card spot.
Recently, iFolloSports.com captured the above photo of the 7-time All-Star conducting a radio interview at TwinsFest, the franchise’s annual three-day fan gala and autograph show at Target Field.
Twins fans can also view numerous other behind the scenes original stories, chronicling the team over the past several years.