1993 Topps


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 All Cards in the 1993 Topps Regular Issue Set that have a Twins player depicted


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

#9 Kent Hrbek

Enjoyed 17-game hitting streak in 1991. Enjoyed 23-game hitting streak in 1991. 


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#37 Lenny Webster

Lenny delivered a clutch pinch-Double with one out in the 14th inning to provide the Twins with a 4-3 triumph over the Yankees, 8-28-92. Studied Criminal Justice at Grambling State University.

#61 Gene Larkin

His 10th-inning pinch-Single drove home game's only run in Twins' 1-0 win vs. Braves in Game 7 of 1991 World Series.

#90 Scott Erickson

The first One-Hitter of Scott's career was a 5-0 Shutout at Boston, 7-24-92. Spun 4-hit Shutout vs. Brewers, 8-2-92. Pitched Shutout vs. Blue Jays, 8-23-92.

#119 Pedro Munoz

Pedro's 19 Home Runs at Knoxville in 1989 led club. One of his finest games was 5-Hit contest at Orlando, April 9.

#146 Scott Leius

Scott's career highlight occured for the Twins in the 1991 World Series. In Game Two with the score tied 2-2, he led off home half of the eighth inning with what proved to be a game-winning Home Run.

#172 Jeff Reboulet

Jeff was signed as a 1oth round Draft selection of the Twins, June 10, 1986 by Scout Ed Dunn. Made big league debut as a pinch-hitter vs. Red Sox, 5-12-92.

#200 Kirby Puckett

Kirby belted Grand Slam in 17-5 win vs. Tigers, 5-29-92. He walloped Grand Slam in 11-3 verdict vs. Blue Jays, 6-3-92. Socked 2 Home Runs including Grand Slam in a 9-6 decision at Seattle, 8-14-92.

#226 Willie Banks

Willie pitched a No-Hitter for his 1st professional Complete Game. The masterpiece occured for Visalia vs. Palm Springs (with 11 Strikeouts), 5-24-89.

#250 Chuck Knoblauch

Chuck had 4 Hits and scored 2 Runs in helping Twins to 4-2 opening day win at Milwaukee, 4-6-92. He made major league debut in 1991 season's opener, April 9.

#282 Shane Mack

His Double & Grand Slam in Twins' 15-0 win at Detroit, 5-24-92 gave him a .417 career Average (30-for-72) vs. Tigers.

#307 Dan Serafini

Dan helped Serra (San Mateo) High School attain a #1 ranking in California as a junior in 1991. His finest performance of campaign saw him pitch a No-Hitter in Central Coast Section Quarter-Final game vs. Salinas High School. Dan broke Serra Strikeout records for season and career previously held by former major leaguer Danny Frisella. A High School All-American in 1992, he played water polo in the fall and baseball in the spring at Serra. Dan was a USA Junior Team All-Star last year.

#309 J.T. Bruett

J.T. was signed as an 11th round Draft selection of the Twins, July 20, 1988 by Scout Angelo Giuliani. Represented Visalia at a990 California League All-Star Game at San Bernardino, June 19 and delivered a Grand Slam Home Run.

#336 Mike Pagliarulo

Mike delivered a pinch-Home Run in the 10th inning to give the Twins a 3-2 decision at Toronto in Game 3 of the 1991 ALCS. Had two 2-Hit games in Classic.

#363 John Smiley

Spun 6-Hit Shutout vs. Tigers, 8-26-92. Spun 5-Hit Shutout vs. Royals, 9-27-92.

#389 Brian Harper

Brian Belted a dramatic 9th-inning Home Run to give the Twins a 1-0 victory vs. Tigers, 8-26-92. He helped club win the 1991 World Series vs. Braves by batting .381.

#406 1992 Topps All-Stars (Puckett)

#408 1992 Topps All-Stars (Harper)

#420 Kevin Tapani

Kevin pitched a brilliant 2-Hit, 11-0 Shutout vs. Angels, 6-24-92. He limited Braves to 2 runs on 7 hits in 8 innings for Win in Game 2 of 1991 World Series. He made his major league debut: 7-4-89.

#455 Chili Davis

Nothing but stats!

#482 Darren Reed

In Darren's first game with the Twins, 9-1-92, he delivered a Sacrafice Fly as a pinch-hitter in the eighth inning. It drove home the deciding run in the club's 5-4 come-from-behind win at Detroit. He made his big league debut: May 1, 1990.

#509 Major League Managers (Tom Kelly)

#588 Mike Trombley

Mike was signed as a 14th round Draft selection of the Twins by Scout Steve Williams. Pitched a scoreless Inning at Cleveland in big league debut, 8-19-92.

#625 Rick Aguilera

Rick pitched a scoreless 9th inning to record a Save in Twins' 4-3 opening day decision at Milwaukee,April 6, 1992.

#652 Dave West

At Jackson in 1987 Dave led the Texas League with 186 Strikeouts and 10.04 Strikeout Ratio & made All-Star Squad. He and his wife have a daughter, Casey.

#658 Top Prospects (Rich Becker)

#684 Pat Mahomes

Pat was signed as a 6th round Draft selection of the Twins by Marty Esposito. Had 12 Strikeouts for Visalia, 4-14-92.

#715 Greg Gagne

Had 76 straight errorles games, 1991, breaking his Twin mark for shortstops.

#747 Carl Willis

Carl pitched for the Twins in 1991 ALCS vs. Blue Jays and 1991 World Series vs. Braves. He is nephew of Paul Willis, pitcher in Giants' chain during 1950's.

#777 Mark Guthrie

Mark majored in Journalism at Louisiana State University. He was named to All-Southeastern Conference Squad in 1986 and was Conference All-Academic choice in 1987. He earned Charles O. Johnson Award as Most Improved Twin in 1990.

#786 Top Prospects (Gus Gandarillas)

#805 Coming Attraction (Terry Jorgensen)

Terry was signed as a 2nd round Draft selection of the Twins by Scout Cobby Saatzer. His big league debut: 9-10-89.

#17T David McCarty

David was signed as a 1st round Draft selection of the Twins by Scout Kevin Murphy. He graduated from Sharpstown Senior High School in 1988 where he was named Male Scholar-Athlete of the Greater Houston Area. Played in 1987 Cape Cod Fall League.

#83T Dave Winfield

Nothing but stats!

#98T Pat Meares

Pat was signed as a 12th round Draftselection of the Twins, June 9, 1990 by Scout Mike Ruth. He graduated from Sacred Heart (Salina) High School in 1987 where he played football, basketball and golf. Pat led Babe Ruth Team to the Kansas Title in 1983.