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Web Extra: Thome, Morris Talk Twins, All-Star Game


By: Eyewitness Sports

Eyewitess Sports Director Dan Williamson had an opportunity to speak with former Twins Jim Thome and Jack Morris at their batting practice at FanFest for the Legends & Celebrity All-Star Game, which was played at Target Field on Sunday night and will be televised on ESPN on Monday, follwing the Home Run Derby.

Thome is a five-time All-Star and played for the Twins from 2010-2011 and hit his milestone 600th Career Home Run as a member of the Twins.

Morris is a five-time All-Star and grew up in St. Paul. He started the 1985 All-Star Game on the mound at the Metrodome and in his one season with the Twins in 1991, he helped lead them to a World Series Title with his legendary performance in Gamd 7 against the Atlanta Braves. Morris was named the World Series MVP.

Jim Thome played for the Twins from 2010 to 2011.

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