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Minnesota's 50 Greatest Baseball Players

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Who are the greatest baseball players in Minnesota history? A look at 50 of the stars who have played for baseball teams in the North Star state, from the Minnesota Twins to the Minneapolis Millers, the St. Paul Saints to the St. Cloud Rox, and everywhere in between.
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Published April 25th 2019 by Brick Pickle Media LLC
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Lance
One might be surprised to realize how many great baseball players have plied their trade in Minnesota. In this quick-to-read book by Jonathan Sweet, readers will learn a little bit about 50 players, many of whom are enshrined in the baseball Hall of Fame, who spent some time in Minnesota. This can be with the major league Minnesota Twins or one of the minor league teams that called a Minnesota city its home. These include the Minneapolis Millers, the St. Paul Saints, and the St. Cloud Rox.

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Carolina
Nov 02, 2019 rated it it was amazing
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Jonathan W. Sweet is a new author to me. If he writes anymore sports related books, I'm going to buy it! If you're looking for baseball tidbits about Minnesota baseball greats, this book should definitely be read. If you're looking for an extensively researched baseball book, this is the book for you. When I read some of the players, I realized we weren't talking necessarily about players from the state of Minnesota; but those that played there and left their mark. You might be surprised, as I w ...more
Kady Burns
The book is a really quick and easy read. The biggest complaint I have is there are WAY too many people who basically spent a cup of coffee playing for a team in Minnesota. Yes they were great baseball players, but I don't know that I would call them them the greatest Minnesota baseball players if they spent 2 or fewer seasons here.
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Jonathan W. Sweet is an award-winning journalist who lives near Minneapolis, MN, with his wife, two exceptional children and one fairly dim-witted dog.

He is the owner of Brick Pickle Media, LLC, a Minnesota-based communications firm and publisher, and the host of the Pulp Nostalgia Audiocast at PulpAudiocast.com.