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Justin Morneau elected to the Twins Hall of Fame Class of 2020

The former MVP will forever be a part of Minnesota Twins history.

Minnesota Twins v New York Yankees Photo by Andy Marlin/AM Photography/Getty Images

Justin Morneau has been elected into the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame. He will become a part of Twins history that includes 30 other members including Harmon Killebrew, Kirby Puckett, and many more iconic players.

Over his 14 year career, Morneau hit 247 home runs with a line of .281/.348/.429 (.777). His career achievements include being named the 2006 AL MVP, he was a 4x All Star, he won the 2008 Home Run Derby, and he was a 2x Silver Slugger at first base.

He will go into the Twins Hall of Fame ranking among the top of many Twins leaderboards:

  • 2nd in total games at 1B.
  • 3rd in total home runs.
  • 6th in total RBIs.
  • 8th in total hits.
  • 8th in total walks.

It is great to see Morneau going into the Twins Hall this summer.