Game 801 | January 25, 2013 | Josh Willingham, Scott Diamond, Cory Provus
With Twinsfest in its final year at the Metrodome, the Twins invited Willingham and Diamond to preview the 2013 season. Willingham had his best season in 2012 with 35 homeruns and 110 runs batted in. Diamond led all Twins starters in 2012 with a 12-9 record, also a career best.
Game 819 | January 24, 2014 | Ricky Nolasco, Brian Dozier, Cory Provus
Appearing in conjunction with the Twins' annual TwinsFest, the meeting featured a free-agent pitcher, Nolasco, and returning second baseman, Dozier. Nolasco had trouble adjusting to American League batters and finished the season with a 6-12 record. Dozier, on the other hand, led the team with 23 home runs and became one of the best second baseman in major league baseball.
Game 836 | January 23, 2016 | Torii Hunter, Kurt Suzuki, Cory Provus
Hunter, who announced his retirement at the end of the 2015 season, wanted to finish his career where he started it, in Minnesota. He had 22 home runs and 81 runs batted in while bringing fun and inspiration to the Twins clubhouse. Suzuki caught 131 games with 50 RBIs and a .240 batting average. Twins radio broadcaster Cory Provus served as the emcee.
Game 896 | May 23, 2018 | Derek Falvey, Paul Molitor, Cory Provus
Molitor, the Hall of Fame infielder from Saint Paul, was coming off a season in which he had been named American League Manager of the Year. Top prospects Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano were injured and spent most of the season in the minor leagues. The team finished with a 78-84 record, 13 games behind division-leading Cleveland. Molitor was fired at the end of the season.
(LtoR) Dave Mona, Dave St. Peter, Derek Favley, Paul Molitor, Cory Provus, Nancy Lindahl
Game 891 | January 19, 2018 | TwinsFest: Kyle Gibson, Zack Granite, Trevor Hildenberger, Cory Provus
The Twins lineup for the meeting consisted of a veteran pitcher, Gibson, and two and younger players, outfielder Granite and relief pitcher Hildenberger. As a starting pitcher Gibson won 10 games in 2018 while Hildenberger pitched in a team-high 73 games. Granite was injured early and missed most of the season.
(LtoR) Dave St. Peter, Cory Provus, Laura Day, Trevor Hildenberger, Zack Granite, Kyle Gibson
Game 908 | January 25, 2019 | Rocco Baldelli, Cory Provus
The new Twins manager said he interviewed with five teams before accepting the Twins offer. With the off-season moves the team has made he said he was confident the team would have substantially more power from the bats of Nelson Cruz, C.J. Cron and Jonathan Schoop. He was right. In his first year as manager the team won the American League Central Division and hit a major-league record 307 homers.
(LtoR) Cory Provus, Rocco Baldelli, Lester Bagley, Dave St. Peter (physician)
Game 913 | May 14, 2019 | Derek Falvey, Thad Levine, Cory Provus
(LtoR) Dave St. Peter (physician), Cory Provus, Thad Levine, Derek Falvey, Lester Bagley, Dave Mona
Game 925 | January 24, 2020 | Jake Odorizzi, Taylor Rogers, Cory Provus
LtoR: Cory Provus, Dustin Morse, Jake Odorizzi, Ross Levin, Taylor Rogers
Dave Mona and Dave St. Peter (physician); Insert: Jake Odorizzi, Cory Provus, Taylor Rogers
Game 930 | July 14, 2020 | Minnesota Twins: Derek Falvey, Thad Levine, Wes Johnson,
Mike Bell and Cory Provus
Row 1: Dave St. Peter, Twins President and Dunker member; Row 2: Mike Bell, Bench Coach; Cory Provus, Radio Play-by-Play; Derek Falvey, President Baseball Operations; Row 3: Thad Levine, General Manager; Wes Johnson, Pitching Coach; Row 4: Ross Levin, Dunkers Head Coach; Dave Mona, Dunkers Trainer.
WIKIPEDIA: Cory Provus