|The 1987 World Series® was the first to be played indoors and the raucous Minnesota Twins® fans did everything they could to blow the roof right off the Metrodome. Record-books will note this Fall Classic® for Kent Hrbek's Game 6 grand slam, while Twins fans will never forget the thunderous, homer-hanky waving crowds that propelled the Twins to a record-setting four home victories.
1991 was even more remarkable. Considered to be one of, if not the greatest World Series, the Twins battled through seven extraordinary games. Kirby Puckett's stellar Game 6 including his game-winning, 12th-inning home run was matched the next night by a game for the ages. The Twins captured their second championship with a Game 7, 1-0, 10-inning victory from Jack Morris.
1987: Minnesota Twins vs. St. Louis Cardinals
1991: Minnesota Twins vs. Atlanta Braves|