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  1. Puck! Kirby Puckett: Baseball's Last Warrior by Chuck Carlson, 2002-05-25
  2. Kirby Puckett's Baseball Games by Kirby Puckett, Andrew Gutelle, 1996-01-04
  3. Kirby Puckett (Baseball Superstars) by Rachel A. Koestler-Grack, 2007-08
  4. KIRBY PUCKETT'S BASEBALL GAMES by Kirby and A. Gutelle Puckett, 1996
  5. Kirby Puckett's Baseball Games by Kirby; Gutelle, Andrew Puckett, 1996
  7. Puck: Kirby Puckett, Baseball's Last Warrior
  8. I Love This Game!: My Life and Baseball by Kirby Puckett, 1994-04
  9. Kirby Puckett.(Minnesota Twins baseball player): An article from: Children's Digest by Judith Pinkerton Josephson, 1994-07-01
  10. Kirby Puckett: Little man with a big heart (Baseball superstars comics) by L. E Morgan, 1993
  11. 1989 Topps Baseball Cards by Topps, 1989
  12. Kirby Puckett: Fan Favorite (The Achievers) by Ann Bauleke, 1993-06
  13. Kirby Puckett : Sports Superstars Series by Richard Rambeck, 1992-08
  14. Kirby Puckett (M.V.P.) by Bob Italia, 1992-08

1. Kirby Puckett Statistics -
Kirby Puckett batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetime statistics for each season and his career, and a list of any postseason

2. Kirby Puckett Baseball Cards
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3. Kirby Puckett
Kirby Puckett Born Mar. 14, 1961 Baseball OF led Minnesota Twins to World Series titles in 1987 and '91;

4. Kirby Puckett Baseball Cards At
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6. Kirby Puckett Baseball Cards
Kirby Puckett Minnestoa Twins baseball cards for sale at Over 2 000 different players listed from A to Z!

7. Kirby34's Mini Tribute To Kirby Puckett
Career highlights, statistics, and baseball cards.

8. Kirby Puckett S Baseball Games
Kirby Puckett s Baseball Games; Kirby Puckett ; Kirby the Disgruntled Tree +..

9. Kirby Puckett The BASEBALL Page
Kirby Puckett and Rod Carew both have magic wands. The difference is Puckett has dynamite in happier about Puckett's election to the Baseball

10. Kirby Puckett Autographed Baseball
Kirby Puckett Autographed Baseball. A Certificate of Authenticity is included with this autographed baseball. Click For Discounted Price

11. Kirby Puckett Statistics -
kirby puckett batting, fielding and pitching major league baseball lifetimestatistics for each season and his career, and a list of any postseason awards
SPORTS Baseball Football Basketball Books SUPPORT Newly Available Pages Your Sponsorships Quick Index: Players Teams Leagues Managers ... Bullpen You Are Here Players Kirby Puckett Kirby Puckett
Kirby Puckett Bats Right, Throws Right
Height Weight 210 lb.
Bradley University Debut May 8, 1984
Final Game
September 28, 1995
March 14 in Chicago, IL Inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2001. Drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 1st round (3rd pick) of the 1982 amateur draft. All Transactions About biographical information
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12. Kirby34's San Francisco Bay Area Golf Course Reviews
Career highlights, statistics, and baseball cards.
The majority of this website is currently offline for renovation.
In the meantime, you can still access my Bay Area Golf Courses page.
Thank you for your patience. - Jeff

13. CNN/SI - Baseball - Kirby Puckett
Profile and career statistics.
Kirby Puckett Bats: Right Throws: Right
223 lbs.
Born: Mar 14, 1961 in Chicago, Illinois
College: Triton
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... Min AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL Totals AVG G AB R H HR RBI BB K OBP SLG BATTING BASERUNNING MISC YEAR TEAM LG HBP GDP TB IBB SH SF SB CS SB% AB/HR AB/K Min Min Min Min ... Min AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL AL Totals HBP GDP TB IBB SH SF SB CS SB% AB/HR AB/K Stats Glossary Posted: Fri January 11, 2002 12:23:26 PM ET The Web GROUP: Sports Illustrated Life of Reilly SI for Kids TBS/TNT Sports ... Terms under which this service is provided to you. Read our privacy guidelines

14. Kirby Puckett Bibliography |
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Database information © 2000 SABR The Baseball Index contains the following references for further reading material on Kirby Puckett (OF 1984-1995 Twins Information on how to locate the materials cited here can be found at the bottom of this page ALERT : NOT ALL RESULTS DISPLAYED
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15. Kirby Puckett | National Baseball Hall Of Fame
kirby puckett Induction Information Elected to Hall of Fame by baseball Writersin 2001, Player 423 votes on 515 ballots 82.14%
Kirby Puckett
Kirby Puckett
Kirby Puckett
Induction Information
Elected to Hall of Fame by Baseball Writers in 2001, Player
423 votes on 515 ballots 82.14%
Hall of Fame plaque for Kirby Puckett
Born: March 14, 1961, in Chicago, Illinois ML Debut:
Primary Position:
Center Fielder
Bats: R Throws: R Primary Uniform #: Played For: Minnesota Twins (1984-1995)
Primary Team: Minnesota Twins
Post-Season: 1987 ALCS, 1987 World Series, 1991 ALCS, 1991 World Series
Awards: All-Star (10): 1986-1995; All-Star Game MVP 1993; Gold Glove (6): 1986-1989, 1991-1992; 1991 ALCS Most Valuable Player Hitting Bio Video (Streaming Windows Media) A fun-loving and gregarious ball player, Kirby Puckett totaled 12 solid seasons with the Minnesota Twins. The 1982 first-round draft choice hit for power and average, batting .318 with 207 home runs. A true team leader, Puckett led the Twins to a pair of World Series titles in 1987 and 1991. The six-time Gold Glove winner was named to 10 consecutive All-Star teams from 1986 to 1995. Puckett finished among the top 10 in MVP voting seven times, only to have his career end prematurely after the 1995 season due to irreversible retina damage in his right eye. Quote "I could see how much he loved playing the game of baseball. His enthusiasm rubbed off on all his teammates including me. It was fun being his teammate."

16. National Baseball Hall Of Fame - Induction Speech - Kirby Puckett
kirby puckett. Minnesota Twins, American League, 1984 to 1995. A proven teamleader with an I wanted to play baseball ever since I was five years old.

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Transcript of Kirby Puckett's speech, August 5, 2001: Bud Selig: Kirby Puckett. Minnesota Twins, American League, 1984 to 1995. A proven team leader with an ever present smile, an infectious exuberance. Who led the Minnesota Twins to World Series Championships in 1987 and 1991. Over 12 seasons he hit for power and average, batting .318 with 414 doubles, 207 home runs. Also a prolific run producer. Scored 1,071 runs, drove in 1,085 runs in 1783 games. A six time Gold Glove winner who patrolled center field with elegance and style. Routinely scaling outfield walls to take away home runs. The ten time All-Star career ended prematurely because of an unfortunate eye problem. Welcome to Cooperstown, Kirby. Kirby Puckett: Before I get to a few words I have prepared, I would like to thank Commissioner Selig, the organizers here at the Hall of Fame, and all of these great players for being here with me today. Particularly my fellow inductees, Dave Winfield, Mr. Mazeroski, himself, and to the family of Hilton Smith. I am overwhelmed by the number of great fans who traveled all of the way from Minnesota or wherever you came from. You are the best. I also see some of my former teammates out there. It's awesome that you guys took the time to be with me today. When I asked my family for advice about my talk today, they were quick to tell me to keep it short. So I will. The only problem I have with that request is the time I need to thank all of the people who have helped me get here today. Because you don't get where I am today without help from a lot of people.

17. Kirby Puckett | The BASEBALL Page
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18. - Biography - Kirby Puckett
This document is a biography of baseball player kirby puckett, with his completecareer statistics. It is a page in the biography section of
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Puckett, Kirby
b. March 14, 1961, Chicago, IL
Career Hitting Record Other Resources In his twelve major-league seasons, Puckett batted over .300 eight times, won a batting title, and led the AL in hits four times. In his first ten seasons, he collected 2,040 hits, more than any other player in the 20th century. The solidly-built, 5-foot-8, 210-pounder became the Minnesota Twins' starting center fielder during the 1984 season and got 4 hits in his first game. He hit .296 that season and .288 the following year. He hit his first major-league home run on April 22, 1985, and had just three more homers that season. During spring training of 1986, Minnesota hitting coach Tony Oliva worked with Puckett to increase his power without hurting his average. It worked pretty well. Puckett hit .328 with 31 home runs that season. He was the first player in history to have a season with home runs in 500 or more at-bats and another with more than 30 homers. In 1987, Puckett hit .332 with 207 hits and 28 home runs and he batted .357 in the Twins' seven-game World Series victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. He followed that with his best overall season, hitting .356 with a league-leading 234 hits, 24 home runs, and 121 RBI.

19. - Baseball - SI: Puckett Has Long History Of Sex, Violence - Tuesday Marc
Hall of Famer kirby puckett has long been revered as one of baseball s good guys. But in this week s Sports Illustrated, Frank Deford reveals that puckett
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Puckett has history of abuse, say former wife, mistress
Posted: Tuesday March 11, 2003 3:25 PM
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Chuck Solomon The Rise and Fall of Kirby Puckett By Frank Deford
Issue Date: March 17, 2003 [Puckett] woke up one bright spring morning in 1996 and thought he'd slept funny on one eye, only it was glaucoma, and so never again could the Puck stand in against horsehides flung 90 to 95 mph. Just like that, no warning, he had to hang it up. Then he wasn't a ballplayer anymore, let alone a whale of one. Then he was just back to being fat little Kirby Puckett. Of course, this meant being able to spend more time with his mistress of many years, who nobody seems to have known existed, because Kirby was, of course, an ideal family man even though, truth be told, he wasn't even an ideal scoundrel, because he also had cheated on his mistress of many years with a passel of other sad and lonely women. And you thought the fans were duped. She was so shocked at his perfidy, the mistress of many years, that she began to seek comfort in commiseration with the wife. Anyway, the mistress of many years says that when Puckett couldn't play baseball anymore, "he started to become full of himself and very abusive." He began to perform lewd acts in public, such as going to a fancy shopping center, parking there, then opening his car door and stepping out and peeing in plain view of other people (Twins fans presumably included). ...

20. - Major League Baseball - Kirby Puckett Player Page
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