The youngest Twins player to appear in a World Series (20 yrs old in '65), Boswell was third in the AL in wins (20) in '69.
Tom Brunansky, OF (1982-88)
Eighth on the all-time home run list for the Twins (163), Brunansky had 829 hits with the ballclub and hit .412 with nine RBIs in the '87 ALCS.
John Castino, INF (1979-84)
The '79 AL co-Rookie of the Year, Castino had his best season in 1980 when he batted .302 with 13 homers and 64 RBIs.
Marty Cordova, OF (1995-99)
Greg Gagne, SS (1983-92)
The shortstop on the '87 and '91 World Series Twins teams, Gagne is 11th on the Twins all-time list in games (1,140) and 12th in stolen bases (79).
Dan Gladden, OF (1987-91)
An outfielder on the '87 and '91 World Series teams, Gladden hit .279 in 24 postseason games and ranks sixth all-time in stolen bases (116).
Dave Goltz, P (1972-79)
A Minnesota native, Goltz won 96 games and posted a 3.48 ERA in eight seasons with the Twins -- including a 20-win season in '77.
Mudcat Grant, P (1964-67)
A two-game winner in the '65 World Series, Grant held a record of 50-35 in his three-plus years with the Twins.
Brian Harper, C (1988-93)
Second on the Twins all-time list for catcher's batting average at .306 (min. 2000 AB), Harper hit .333 in 12 postseason at-bats in '91.
Larry Hisle, OF (1973-77)
An AL All-Star in 1977 while leading the league in RBIs (119), Hisle is one of only eight Twins to hit for the cycle (7/4/76)
Chuck Knoblauch, 2B (1991-97)
A four-time All-Star and the AL Rookie of the Year in 1991, Knoblauch is the Twins' all-time stolen-base leader (276).
Camilo Pascual, P (1961-66)
Second on the Twins all-time list in win percentage (.607), Pascual had two 20-plus win seasons and was a four-time All-Star.
Jim Perry, P (1963-72)
The AL Cy Young Award winner in ;70, Perry had two 20-plus win seasons and is fourth on the Twins all-time list in wins (128) and shutouts (17).
Brad Radke, P (1995-2006)
A newcomer to the ballot this year, Radke ranks third on the club's all-time list in wins (148), innings pitched (2,451.0) and strikeouts (,1467) and second in starts (377). He also won 10 or more games in 10 different seasons for the Twins.
Jeff Reardon, P (1987-89)
The closer on the '87 World Series championship team, Reardon ranks fifth on the Twins all-time list in saves (104) and recorded 30-plus saves in three seasons with the club.
Roy Smalley, INF (1976-82, 85-87)
An All-Star in '79, Smalley is one of 11 Twins to record 1,000 hits and ranks 10th on the team's all-time list in games (1,148).
Kevin Tapani, P (1989-95)
A 16-game winner in consecutive seasons from 1991-92, Tapani held a career 75-63 record in 181 games (180 starts) for Minnesota.
Cesar Tovar, OF (1965-72)
The AL leader in triples (13) in 1970, Tovar ranks third on the Twins all-time stolen bases list (186).
Al Worthington, P (1964-69)
Sixth on the Twins all-time list in saves (88), Worthington posted a 2.62 ERA with Minnesota.
Kelly Thesier is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.