High-Hit Shutouts

The Twins record for hits allowed in a complete game shutout is 13, by Jim “Mudcat” Grant on July 15, 1964. There have been three 11-hit complete game shutouts in Twins history: Jim Kaat on 7/11/71, Rick Lysander on 8/1/83, and Carlos Silva on 8/3/04.

Robb Quinlan

1995 Hill-Murray graduate and Gophers all-time great Robb Quinlan hit .413 his senior season en route to being named the Big Ten Player of the Year. He was the Angels’ Minor League Player of the Year in 2002. He played 458 major league games between 2003 and 2010.

Jerry Ujdur

1975 Hermantown High School graduate Jerry Ujdur is the second-winningest pitcher in Golden Gophers history. He pitched for the Tigers from 1980 to 1983, and Cleveland in 1984.

Charley Walters

1965 Minneapolis Edison grad and longtime Pioneer Press sportswriter Charley Walters went 7-2 with a 1.94 ERA for the 1967 Northern League champion St. Cloud Rox. He made six appearances with the Twins in 1969.

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