Twins Audio and Video clips


We’re Gonna Win Twins 1980 update of 60’s classic.

Gonna win Twins 80s style

Talkin’ Baseball – Twins version written about 1995. Terry Cashman wrote Talkin’ Baseball as a tribute to 50’s baseball during the baseball strike in 1981. The song was spun off into many team specific versions like the Twins version here.

Talkin baseball Twins version 1995

KQRS version of TK’s Talkin Twins meant to sound as Tom Kelly singing.

KQRS Talkin Twins

My Baby Waves the Homer Hanky hit created in 1987 based on a Tommy James classic.
My baby waves the homer hanky
Hamm’s Beer jingle

Hamm’s Beer jingle

1987 WCCO We’re gonna win Twins jungle

1987 WCCO We’re gonna win Twins jingle

1962 Hamm’s Beer Let’s toast the winning Twins

1962 Hamm’s Beer Let’s toast the winning Twins

Jack Buck’s 1991 World Series game 6 call

And we will see you tomorrow night

John Gordon’s call of Kirby Puckett’s winning home run in game 6 of 1991 World Series. Supposedly the only time that Gordo said “Touch-em All” twice.

 John Gordon’s call of famous Puckett homer

Bob Casey’s “No Smoking” announcement in the Metrodome, sometimes he would add that if you want to smoke, go to Cleveland.

Bob Casey no smoking

Bob Casey announces Kirby Puckett

Casey announces Puckett

Kirby Puckett on the David Letterman show

Puckett on Letterman

Some of Herb Carneal’s best moments

Herb Carneal best moments

James Earl Ray in Field of Dreams movie

James Earl Jones in Field of Dreams

 The Seattle Pilots (64-98) only existed in 1969 before moving to Milwaukee where they became the Brewers. The Pilots had a number of players that either had played in Minnesota or would play in Minnesota including Don Mincher, Rich Rollins, Ron Clark, Danny Walton, Sandy Valdespino, Mike Marshall, and Garry Roggenburk. Tom Kelly was a Pilots 8th round draft pick in 1968. The Seattle Pilots theme song was so different from any other I have ever heard and I had to put it out here.

1969 Seattle Pilots theme song

Radio Baseball Cards did a number of Podcasts with short interviews with former baseball greats, check them out

Halsey Hall “pantywaist” clip

Halsey Hall

Halsey Hall interviews some Twins players in the clubhouse after the Twins clinch 1965 pennant

Halsey Hall interviews (3 minutes and 50 seconds on WCCO radio)

Produced by WCCO radio (Minneapolis, Minn.), “Last Of The Ninth: Twins Pennant Drive ’65” is an audio delight, including the pivotal moments, plays, and personalities that drove the 1965 Minnesota Twins to the American League Championship. Legendary Twins broadcasters Ray Scott, Herb Carneal and Halsey Hall tell the story in a narrative that crackles with excitement and joy. Provided through Soundcloud courtesy of one of my favorite Minnesota Twins blog sites, Classic Minnesota Twins. There are two parts and it is GREAT listening as you relive the 1965 American league championship season.



A MPR interview in June 1995 with Harmon Killebrew and Mudcat Grant (about 5 minutes and 40 seconds in length)

From the MPR archives we have a 3 and a half minute clip called “Remembering the first day at the Metrodome”

First Day at the Metrodome

Cookie Lavagetto breaks up Bill Bevens’ no-hitter with two out in the ninth inning during the 1947 World Series between the New York Yankees and the Brooklyn Dodgers. Lavagetto went on to become the Minnesota Twins first manager.


 Pat Reusse-reminisces-about-the-history-of-the-Minnesota-Twins – one hour long

Minnesota Twins “Get to Know ‘Em” Campaign  about Corey Koskie and Doug Mientkiewicz

Twins Get to Know ‘Em’





Hamm’s bear beer commercials

1966 Hamm’s Beer TV Commercial

Is the Win Twins song really a Hamm’s Beer commercial? This old Hamm’s beer commercial was used for Minnesota Vikings broadcasts during the1962 season.

Minnesota Twins video tribute to Bob Casey, Herb Carneal, Carl Pohlad and Kirby Puckett

Harmon Killebrew presents Harmonic history – part 1


Harmon Killebrew presents Harmonic history – part 2

In this 1999 segment of Almanac, Eric Eskola speaks with Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew about the late Calvin Griffith.

Harmon Killebrew gives his Baseball Hall of Fame Induction speech on August 11, 1984 in Cooperstown, NY. Courtesy ESPN, Inc., National Baseball Hall of Fame Library.

Twins 1978 and 1979 TV promo’s (be patient, 6 commercials back-to-back)

1987 Twins homecoming video in 3 parts

Part 1              Part 2               Part 3

Rod Carew and his run at .400 in 1977

WCCO-TV John Gordon retirement tribute 9/28/2011

Twins Last Season at the Metrodome – For 27 years, the Twins called the Dome “Home Sweet Home”.  For most of those 27 years, those Twins games were heard on WCCO Radio.  As they get set to play their last home opener before Target Field opens in 2010, enjoy some of the great moments and some of the odder moments as heard across the upper midwest on 830 WCCO Radio!

The controversial 1991 World Series game 2 play at first base with Atlanta Braves Ron Gant and Twins Kent Hrbek

Kent Hrbek destroys Target Field

Unveiling of Carl and Eloise Pohlad statues at Target Field on October 3, 2010.

Unveiling of Tony Oliva statue at Target Field on April 8, 2011.

Kent Hrbek statue unveiling on April 14, 2012 at Target Field

Joe Niekro “nail file” ejection

Broadcasters Dick Bremer and Bert Blyleven on Kiss Cam

1965 World Series Game 7 (about 2 hours and 33 minutes)

Dave Moore and Baseball WCCO

Minnesota Twins vs Boston Red Sox telecast from September 30, 1967 duing one of the best pennant races in AL baseball history. This is suppposedly the oldest telecast of a complete MLB baseball game totally in color. Box score.

Twins turn two triple plays against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park but stil lose 1-0. Box Score 7/17/1990

1985 Twins TV Spots and Promotions

The Metrodome’s “Glory” Days WUSA (now KARE) coverage of the 1985 MLB All Star Game at the Metrodome, July 16, 1985 (about 33 minutes of special pre-game coverage)

Twins organist Sue Nelson at the Metrodome for “Cool Jobs”

It is all about Joe Mauer and his commercials – almost 9 minutes worth

David Letterman’s “Harmon Killebrew Night” – February 11, 1986

NBC broadcast of 1965 All-Star game at Met Stadium with Joe Garagiola and Jack Buck (two hours and 12 minutes)

1985 All-Star game at the Metrodome

ESPN Sports Science: Target Field

Life to the Max Show #179 – “Metrodome Memories”

Halsey Hall TV Outtakes

2009 game 163 as Twins beat Tigers 6-5 in 12 inning

2009 game 163 at the Metrodome (condensed to 23 minutes)

Twins outfielder Butch Huskey Smashes Face First Into Metrodome wall on Twins Futuristic uniform day


Long lost footage of 1924 Game 7 World Series when the Washington Senators beat the New York Giants

Four minute clip of 1924 World Series game 7

Taken from a 2″ video tape, this is the very end of the 1965 Minnesota Twins versus Washington Senators game. The Twins win the pennant and celebrate in the locker room. This video includes interviews from Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame members Ray Scott, Frank Buetel, and if you look close enough, you’ll see Halsey Hall and Sid Hartman in the background. Minnesota Twins players interviewed on camera include Harmon Killebrew, Don Mincher, Bob Allison, Tony Oliva, Frank Quilici, Jim Kaat and many more. A great 40 minute video with superb quality all Twins fans should see.

1965 Minnesota Twins win the pennant!

2011 Twins Commercial – Jim Thome, The Man With An Ox In the Batter’s Box

Thome commercial

1987 World Series game 7 at the Metrodome – 2 hours and 43 minutes

Twins Win!

1991 World Series game 7 at the Metrodome – 2 hours and 44 minutes

Twins Win Again!

Some funny Twins high-lites and bloopers (about 8 minutes long)

Twins bloopers

A cool little 2 minute clip by MLB TV back in about 2012 showing some great historical highlights in Minnesota Twins history.

Twins moments in history

Former Minnesota Twins announcer Frank Buetel is inducted into the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2011. (About four minutes long)

Frank Buetel

Former Minnesota Twins and Hall of Fame announcer Herb Carneal is inducted into the Minnesota Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2004. (Clip is about one minute and 30 seconds long)

Herb Carneal

Twins ’99 was a pilot magazine format television program produced in conjunction with the Minnesota Twins in 1999 and it is about 30 minutes long but worth your time.

Twins ’99

Twins “Transportation” commercial in 2009 as the team prepares to move into Target field in 2010 (about 30 seconds long)


Almost four minutes worth of older Twins Territory commercials

Twins Territory

What would it mean to the average Minnesotan if the Twins left our state? In 1984, this was a real possibility. Gary Gilson with Night Times  Magazine talks with the Twins owner, as well as many fans about what the importance of Twins baseball in Minnesota. Original Broadcast: 04/05/1984. About 44 minutes long. Watch this and you also get to see a young Pat Reusse, with hair, Calvin Griffith and Jim Klobuchar!

Going, Going, Gone – Twins baseball

 “Portrait of a Winner – Minnesota Twins – 1970” – Twins skipper Bill Rigney narrates this 22 minute video about the great 1970 Twins season.

1970 Minnesota Twins

Newsreel coverage of the 1965 World Series – “Remember when: Twins play first World Series Game”. About 3 minutes and 20 seconds but it is not all baseball.

Remember when: Twins play first World Series game


1965 World Series highlights done by the Sports History Channel and narrated by Vin Scully. About 32 minutes of fun and great memories.

1965 World Series Highlights


An 11 minute 40 second video titled “The Curator” , a great video about Clyde Doepner the historian of the Minnesota Twins. Includes some great vintage Twins pictures and video clips.

The Curator


The 1968 All-Star game in the Houston Astrodome was the first All-Star game played at night and also the first indoor All-Star game. This is the AS game that Harmon Killebrew was injured reaching for a throw at first base (at about the 1 hour 6 minute mark).

1968 All-Star Game at Astrodome

The Minnesota Twins beat the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1987 World Series.

MLB 1987 World Series Highlights

Here we have about 8 minutes of Minnesota Twins baseball bloopers.

Minnesota Twins baseball bloopers

Dave Moore and Baseball WCCO is about 5 minutes and 32 seconds long.

Dave Moore and Baseball WCCO

Following game 163 of the 2009 MLB season between the Minnesota Twins and Detroit Tigers that decided the AL Central title, Colin Cowherd on his 10.7.09 radio show discussed Minnesota being considered a “small market” .

Colin Cowherd Rants “Small Market” Minnesota Twins / Minneapolis

This video has all the greatest moments in Twins history, from the 65 AL champs to 87 and 91 World Series Champs. Harmon’s 500th home run to Puckett’s, Hrbek’s and Morris’ World Series heroics. This video has all the highlights any Twins fan and baseball fan in general will love.

Greatest plays and moments in Minnesota Twins baseball history

The Legend of Kirby Puckett | Career Highlights

Kirby Puckett’s Career Highlights

TV Broadcast 1965 World Series Game 5 Dodgers vs Twins Baseball (2 hours and 51 minutes)

1965 World Series Game 5 Dodgers vs Twins

When a 12-year-old boy inherits the Minnesota Twins baseball team from his grandfather, he does what every young baseball fan dreams of — he makes himself the manager! Entertaining family film features cameos by baseball’s hottest stars, including Ken Griffey, Jr.; Don Mattingly; and Paul O’Neil. Starring Luke Edwards.

Little Big League

In the final regularly scheduled baseball game at the Metrodome, the Twins jumped all over Kansas City and never relented, winning 13-4 on the strength of five home runs — one from Michael Cuddyer, and two each from Jason Kubel and Delmon Young. About 2 hours and 43 minutes long.

Royals @ Twins: Final Game at the Metrodome (10/04/2009)


Live broadcast of Minnesota Twins clinch 1987 American League Title vs Detroit Tigers in Major League Baseball. The last out, on field and locker room celebration, manager interviews with Tom Kelly and Sparky Anderson.

 Broadcast 1987 AL Playoff Final Game, Last Out, Celebration, Manager Interviews


8/1/15: The Twins celebrate the 50th anniversary of their 1965 American League Championship

Twins celebrate 1965 American League Champs

From Brian Dozier’s historic surge to Max Kepler’s breakout, FOX Sports North looks back on another exciting season of Minnesota Twins baseball, as our analysts thank the fans for watching a tough 2016 Twins season.

FOX Sports North thanks Twins fans, looks back on 2016 season

Interview with former MN Twins Manager Tom Kelly about the 1987 season on KTCA-TV’s Almanac program in 2007. About 6 minutes and 41 seconds long.

Tom Kelly 20 Years After MN Twins 1987 World Series Win

“Tony Oliva, oh leave us alone…” This song tells how the 1964 Baltimore Orioles’ pennant hopes could be suddenly dashed by the likes of the Minnesota Twins’ rookie Tony Oliva, the New York Yankees’ pinch-hitter Hector Lopez, or the Chicago White Sox pitcher Hoyt Wilhelm. About 3 minutes 35 with Oliva piece first.

1964 Baltimore Orioles Pennant Fever – Please Leave Us Alone

A look at the covers of Minnesota Twins Yearbooks from 1961 through 2014. Slideshow last about 5 1/2 minutes.

Minnesota Twins Yearbook slide show

Minnesota Twins thank their fans for the 2017 season

Twins thank the fans and their Metrodome highlights


If you have some time, stop over at our “Linksville page” , it has lots of links to wonderful Twins articles and some video.

5 Responses to Twins Audio and Video clips

  1. Diane Kosloske says:

    Was there a play by play audio made for the 1965 Minnesota Twins season.

    Thank You

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  3. Nicholas Goodroad says:

    I love this site.

    My fondest and clearest childhood memories are of going to Monster Jam and MN Twins games in the Metrodome. I also remember 1 year going with my high school class to rollerblade in the Metrodome with thousands of other high school kids.

  4. Jeff Missinne says:

    Does anyone have the long version of the original 60’s Twins jingle with the instrumental sections as it was played on radio? It was definitely longer than the 0:50 version found on You Tube, maybe a minute and a half or closer to 2 minutes, as it had to be long enough for local announcers to read billboards for local co-sponsors. I remember hearing it over KDAL in Duluth back then.

  5. Mike Sutcliffe says:

    Does anyone have video or audio of KC Royals first game vs Twins in April 1969 i think the 8th. Email me

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