1985 Topps

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All Cards in the 1985 Topps Regular Issue Set that have a Twins player depicted


What it says on the back of the card...


#18 Mickey Hatcher

His brother, Hal, is a catcher in the Royals organization.







#43 Andre David

Played at University of California-Fullerton.






#71 Tim Laudner

Tim attended the University of Missouri where he was accorded All Big 8 recognition in 1979.






#97 Pete Filson

Majored in Criminal Justice at Temple University.






#122 Tom Brunansky

Tom was named to TOPPS Class AA All-Stars and the Texas League All-Star Team at El Paso, 1980.






#161 Ken Schrom

He's always been a Twins' fan, largely because Twins' great Harmon Killebrew is also from Idaho.






#187 Mike Walters

Mike was a 1975 graduate of Alta Loma (California) High School. Attended Chaffey Junior College, also in Alta Loma. Mike was drafted on 5 occasions beginning in 1975 before signing into pro ball, 6-9-77.





#213 Billy Gardner  

Billy has led the Twins to 241 wins since becoming manager in 1981.






#239 Tim Teufel

Was All-American at Clemson University.






#266 Frank Viola

Was signed by the Twins' Scout Herb Stein, the same scout who signed Rod Carew for the Twins in 1964.






#304 Gary Gaetti

Gary majored in Health Education at Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Missouri.






#329 Ron Washington

Ron was originally signed by Royals at a tryout camp and attended the Royals' Baseball Academy.






#356 Dave Meier  

Dave played for Alaska Goldpanners who won the National Baseball Congress Championship in '80.






#383 Rick Lysander

Rick helped lead California State University at Los Angeles to Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. Title, 1974.






#406 Len Whitehouse

Len pitched American Legion baseball in 1976.






#430 Ron Davis

Ron's favorite player was Jim "Catfish" Hunter.






#452 John Castino

Played at Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.






#483 Mike Smithson

Mike was high school All-American in basketball and All-Tennessee pick in baseball and football.






#510 Kent Hrbek

Kent lettered 3 years at Kennedy High School, Bloomington, Minnesota. Nickname is "Herbie".






#535 Pat Putnam

Nothing but stats!






#536 Kirby Puckett

Kirby attended Bradley University, Peoria, Illinois and Triton College, River Grove, Illinois.






#562 Houston Jimenez

Houston comes from a family of 16 children. Two of his brothers, Arturo and Javier have also been professional ballplayers. Houston has the distinction of being the shortest player in the major leagues.





#577 Chris Speier

Chris' daughter, Erika, once sang the Canadian National Anthem in French prior to an Expos' game.






#588 Bobby Castillo

Nothing but stats!






#614 Al Williams

Al is the 3rd Nicaraguan to play in the majors following Orioles' Denny Martinez & Tony Chevez.






#639 Ed Hodge

Nothing but stats!






#667 Dave Engle

Dave's father, Roy Engle, played fullback in two Rose Bowls at University of Southern California.






#692 Randy Bush

Nothing but stats!






#710 Frank Viola (All-Star)

Pitched 4-hit, 5-0 shutout at California, 5-8-84. Hurled 3-hit, 7-0 shutout vs. Red Sox, 5-19-84. Tossed 4-hit, 9-0 shutout at Detroit, 7-1-84.





#741 John Butcher

A graduate of Sahuaro High School, Tucson, Arizona. Attended Yavapai College, Prescott, Arizona.






#767 Darrell Brown

Darrell was accorded All-American recognition at California State University at Los Angeles.