Kent Hrbek had a very good career over 14 seasons with the Minnesota Twins. While he only made one All Star team and his best MVP finish was 2nd (1984) he still ended up with a career OPS+ of 128 and other than his first and last seasons was NEVER below 112. Elected to the Twins Hall of Fame, Hrbek was back in the twin cities for the franchise's Legends game over the weekend. With the Texas Rangers in town and watching their manager (and 6-year Twins player) Ron Washington play many of the Twins were across the diamond watching their team's legendary players ply their trade once more.
During the game Hrbek went HARD after a pop-foul, failing to corral the ball, in the process he also took a GIGANTIC divot out of the Twins' new grass field. Oops!
He laughed it off even as many of the current Twins, led by Justin Morneau, heartily guffawed at the tumble and poor form.