It's Harmon Killebrew Day in Minnesota, with his longtime team set for a memorial service to honor the late Hall of Fame slugger.
Gov. Mark Dayton has proclaimed Thursday as Harmon Killebrew Day in Minnesota, honoring the late Minnesota Twins slugger and Hall of Famer.
Teammates, family and friends gathered Friday for funeral services for Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew, who died Tuesday of esophageal cancer.
Cam Killebrew said no one could keep him away from Minnesota, he flew back often. In fact, at one point, Cam asked his father to slow down a little bit, but to the legend known as The Killer, that wasn't an option.
Friends and family gathered Thursday night at a visitation service to pay respect to Hall of Famer Harmon Killebrew. The Minnesota Twins slugger died Tuesday from esophageal cancer. He was 74.
Funeral and memorial arrangements have been set for Minnesota Twins legend Harmon Killebrew, including a public event that will be staged at Target Field.
I didn't grow up in Minnesota. I was never exposed to Harmon Killebrew as a player.
Twins legend Harmon Killebrew lost his battle with esophageal cancer Tuesday morning, passing away at his Scottsdale, Ariz. home. Killebrew was 74 years old. The Hall of Famer announced last week that he was entering hospice and that his battle was coming to an end.
The KARE 11 archives are filled with Harmon Killebrew highlights, but this is a one-of-a-kind. It's video from February 11, 1986 when
A select group of former Twins, called into Target Field with very little notice, gathered in front of the glaring lights of Twin Cities' television stations
For Joel Blumenberg, a lifelong Twins fan, there was only one place to go on Tuesday afternoon. The Harmon Killebrew statue on the plaza
The sign on the stadium says Target Field. But Tuesday, the field and the fans belong to a man who never even played here, whose hits and
It is one of life's ironies that a man nicknamed "Killer" was actually one of the gentle giants of Mayor League Baseball.
The Minnesota Twins have a game on the schedule with the Mariners Tuesday, but the thoughts of many players are in Arizona... mourning the passing of Harmon Killebrew, a man they considered both a mentor, and a friend.
Sports radio is often a sounding board for fans and today the sports talk at KFAN 1130am took a somber turn as fans and former Twins remembered
The Minnesota Twins' tribute to departed slugger Harmon Killebrew includes an old black-and-white photo that will rest beneath home plate at Target Field the rest of the season.
Reactions began pouring in the moment word came from Scottsdale, Arizona Tuesday morning, that Baseball Hall-of-Famer and Twins legend Harmon Killebrew had died after a short, intense battle with esophageal cancer
Minnesota Twins fans may have donned their red, white and blue like at any other game Friday. But this time, many of them said their thoughts
Harmon Killebrew announced Friday that he has ended treatment and entered hospice care, effectively surrendering in his battle against