Bert Blyleven

Twins’ Blyleven Goes Into Hall of Fame
Former Twins pitcher Bert Blyleven was honored Sunday when he was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Blyleven had 287 career wins, 242 complete games, and 60 career shutouts. He also is 5th all-time with 3,701 career strikeouts. Blyleven won 2 World Series titles in…
Blyleven Goes Into Hall of Fame Today
Former Twin starting pitcher Bert Blyleven will go into the Baseball Hall of Fame today in Cooperstown, New York. Blyleven is expected to speak at 1:50pm (CT) and his 85-year old mother is expected to be in the front row. The Twins have already retired his number #28 at Target Field this season. …
Twins To Retire Blyleven’s Number; Twinsfest Begins Today
The Twins plan to retire soon to be hall of famer Bert Blyleven this season. The Twins will retire Blyleven's number 28 July 16 against Texas. He will become the 6th Twins player to have his number retired. The others are Harmon Killebrew, Rod Carew, Tony Oliva, Kent Hrbek and Kirby Puckett.…
Blyleven Gets Into Baseball Hall Of Fame
Former Twin Bert Blyleven is headed to the baseball Hall of Fame. He was named on 79 percent of baseball writers' ballots and 75 percent is needed. He will go in with former Toronto, Baltimore and Cleveland 2nd baseman Roberto Alomar.
Blyleven Elected To Hall of Fame
Roberto Alomar and Bert Blyleven have been elected to baseball's Hall of Fame. Alomar and Blyleven were chosen Wednesday by the Baseball Writers' Association of America after narrow misses last year.