Denard Span in Centerfield: The Way It Was Meant To Be for Twins

Posted: 12th November 2009 by Zeke Fuhrman in MLB
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When the Minnesota Twins drafted Torii Hunter in the 1993 MLB Draft, there was no question that he would become Kirby Puckett's replacement in center field for the Twins. Hunter was selected with the 20th overall pick out of Pine Bluff (AR) High School. When Puckett retired in 1995, the Twins filled center field with Rich Becker and Otis Nixon until Hunter played his first full year in 1999. Hunter was a staple for the Twins during the 2000s, winning seven of his nine Gold Gloves, making two of his three All-Star appearances, and leading the Twins to four of their five division titles. When the Minnesota Twins drafted Denard Span in the 2002 MLB Draft, there was no question that he would become Hunter's replacement in center field for the Twins. Span was selected with the 20th overall pick ...

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