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April 21, 2018

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April 11, 2018
I'll never forget Harmon choosing my question during a Twins telecast as my question read - What was the hardest ballpark for you to hit a home run in during your major league career ? and he responded with his answer the Kansas City royals ballpark. He then mentioned my name on the air and sent me an autographed ball with his very "Neat" signature on it .
January 19, 2018
Growing up in the Northeast I wasn't able to see or watch much of Twins baseball, but thanks to my dad ( a baseball lover) I was exposed to the sport through the Sporting News. I caught Harmon towards the end of his career, but I always thought of him as a bigger than life person... big guy, big bat, big homers... as I read these messages it also appears he had a big heart. Thank you Harmon for bringing joy to so many baseball fans around the globe. Although I have been a Cleveland Indians fan since well... the river caught fire ( YouTube it -its there!) I always enjoyed watching Harmon. Thank Goodness the Yanks never got him!!! RIP Hammerin' Harmon
May 17, 2016
Thank you for sharing a part of your life with us.
November 1, 2013
In 1966 or 1967 my family drove from San Lorenzo, CA to Idaho to visit Clyde Oswald who was a long-time friend of my dad. One afternoon we took a short drive to another guy's house and Clyde, my dad and this other guy had a couple of beers on the front porch. After a while my dad says to me "Do you know who this is?" I said "No" and my dad said "Well, this is Harmon Killebrew, the greatest baseball player to ever walk the face of the earth!" I will never forget that day as long as I live!