Major League Debuts as Minnesota Twins – Rob Radlosky

Only one major league debut as a Minnesota Twins today.

Rob Radlosky (P) – May 25, 1999 – Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 22nd round of the 1993 amateur draft. Radlosky’s debut was one he would rather forget, first three batters hit a single, double, and a home run. When his three innings of relief were over at the Metrodome, Rob had faced 18 batters giving up 7 hits, 2 walks, 6 earned runs, and last but not least 2 home runs. Before you make fun of him, remember that he pitched in the big leagues, you and I didn’t. By the way, I am looking for pictures of Rob Radlosky in a Twins uniform, if you can help, please let me know.

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One Response to Major League Debuts as Minnesota Twins – Rob Radlosky

  1. Oldgoat_MN says:

    Before you make fun of him, remember that he pitched in the Big Leagues, you and I didn’t.

    Thank you for that line. It always occurs to me when people post things like a player is ‘garbage’ or ‘trash’. These are all very talented players. Few of them will ever be stars, but they’ve all earned (by some measure) and reached a level most of us could only dream of.

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