Game 323 | April 25, 1985 | Roy Smalley, Mike Stenhouse
Smalley returned to the Twins in an off-season trade with the Whit Sox, and Stenhouse, an outfielder, came in a trade with Montreal. Smalley hit .258 with 45 RBIs. Stenhouse played in half of the team's games, but his just .223 and was gone after one year. The team finished in sixth place with a record of 77-85.
Game 375 | September 6, 1989 | Irwin Jacobs, Roy Smalley
Smalley, having recently retired from professional baseball, was hired by Jacobs as the head of the Special Olympics World Games, which were coming to Minnesota in 1991. Jacobs, a Minneapolis native, made his fortune buying and selling distressed properties. His FLW Outdoors is the parent company of several nationally televised bass fishing tournaments.
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