Dan Gladden talks entering Twins Hall of Fame this weekend

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Former Minnesota Twins outfielder Dan Gladden is known today for calling Twins games on the radio, but he was a key member of the Twins’ World Series title teams in 1987 and 1991. Now, Gladden is entering the team’s hall of fame on Sunday.

Our Alec Ausmus caught up with Gladden this week at Target Field.

***Click the video box above to hear Gladden’s thoughts on his playing career and entering the Twins Hall of Fame***

Gladden played in the majors for three different teams from 1983-93. He played for the Twins from 1987-91.

Twins Hall of Fame celebrations include the inductions of 2010 American League Manager of the Year Ron Gardenhire (Saturday), two-time World Series champion and longtime broadcaster Dan Gladden (Sunday) and beloved sparkplug C├ęsar Tovar (also Sunday).