Game 181 | January 19, 1970 | Harmon Killebrew, Bob Stein, Stan Williams
Seeking to improve their pitching, the Twins after the 1969 season packaged Dean Chance, Bob Miller, Graig Nettles and Ted Uhlaender in a trade with Cleveland for Williams and Luis Tiant. Williams rewarded them with a 10-1 record as a relief pitcher: Killebrew was coming off an MVP season in which he hit 49 home runs with 140 RBIs while batting .276. Stein, another future Dunker; was an All-American defensive end for the Gophers in 1967 and 1968, and played six years in the NFL with Kansas City, Los Angeles, San Diego and Minnesota.
Game 315 | June 6, 1984 | Harmon Killebrew
Harmon was back as part of the Twins broadcast team, nine years after his playing career ended. He had his number 3 formally retired on May 4, 1975. His appearance at Dunkers coincided with his election into the Baseball Hall of Fame at Cooperstown, New York.