Inside the Dome Souvenir Shop and Museum, a soft-spoken man with a razor-sharp memory told stories about a Twins’ legend on Tuesday.
Reaction to the death Tuesday of Twins slugger and Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew from players, Hall of Famers and others who had the opportunity to know Killebrew.
Twins fans stopped by Target Field to remember Harmon Killebrew. The Hall of Famer died of esophageal cancer on Tuesday. He was 74 years old.
Steve Rushin from Sports Illustrated put together this nice article on Harmon Killebrew. Read the article.
Fans are reacting to news that Twins legend Harmon Killebrew announced Friday he will enter hospice care.
Minnesota Twins legend Harmon Killebrew says his “battle with esophageal cancer is coming to an end” and he is going to enter hospice care.
Harmon Killebrew’s statement on Friday that he was entering hospice care is a last gift to his fans.
With the sad news today about Harmon Killebrew, we want you to watch a classic episode of, “Home Run Derby” where Harmon Killebrew defeats Mickey Mantle. Watch the video here.
Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew says he will no longer be able to make the trip to Minnesota this weekend for the Minnesota Twins’ home opener, as previously scheduled.
Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew says he’s “feeling great” after being treated for esophageal cancer that was diagnosed in December.
Hall of Fame slugger Harmon Killebrew has been going through chemotherapy for his esophageal cancer for about three weeks, a daunting regimen that he said has been aided “by the outpouring of support and prayers” he has received.
Minnesota Twins legend Harmon Killebrew is battling esophageal cancer.