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GCL Twins
The Gulf Coast League
Gulf Coast League
Twins are the Rookie Level Minor League Baseball affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. The team plays in Fort Myers, Florida, at the Lee County Sports Complex.The team is composed mainly of players who are in their first year of professional baseball either as draftees or non-drafted free agents from the United States, Canada, Dominican Republic, Venezuela
and other countries.[1]Four players from the 2008 GCL Twins & a fan smile for a picture Gulf Coast League
Gulf Coast League
team rosters are thirty players, and cannot have more than twelve players over twenty years old, and no more than four players over 21

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Fort Myers, Florida
Fort Myers or Ft. Myers, is the county seat[6] and commercial center of Lee County, Florida, United States. It has grown rapidly in recent years. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 62,298 and in 2016 was estimated at 77,146.[4][5] Fort Myers is a gateway to the Southwest Florida
Southwest Florida
region and a major tourist destination within Florida

Mike Boulanger
Michael Boulanger (born August 21, 1949, at Ponca City, Oklahoma[1]) is an American baseball coach and scout. He is scheduled to spend the 2014 season as a scout for the Baltimore Orioles
Baltimore Orioles
of Major League Baseball, after working in 2012–2013 as the Orioles' minor league hitting coordinator.[2][3] Boulanger, nicknamed "Bo," graduated from Ponca City High School and Oklahoma State University, where he played baseball and football. He was a center fielder in his playing days, standing 6 feet (1.83 m) tall, weighing 180 pounds (82 kg). He threw and batted right-handed. Boulanger did not play professional baseball, but instead immediately went into coaching at Broken Arrow High School
Broken Arrow High School
in Oklahoma in 1971

Tom Brunansky
Thomas Andrew Brunansky (born August 20, 1960), nicknamed "Bruno", is a former right fielder in Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
who played from 1981 to 1994 for the California
Angels, Minnesota Twins, St. Louis Cardinals, Boston Red Sox, and Milwaukee Brewers. In a 14-season career, he batted .245 with 271 home runs and 919 RBIs in 1800 games. Brunansky averaged 24 home runs per 162 games

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Nick Tepesch
Nicholas James Tepesch (born October 12, 1988) is an American professional baseball pitcher in the Toronto Blue Jays
Toronto Blue Jays
organization. He has played in Major League Baseball

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Virgil Vasquez
Virgil Matthew Vasquez (born June 7, 1982) is currently a professional pitching coach for the Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins
and a former right-handed professional baseball pitcher. He completed a 12-year professional pitching career with 5 different MLB
organizations while appearing in parts of two Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
seasons with the Detroit Tigers
Detroit Tigers
and Pittsburgh Pirates. In total, he has a 101-92 in his 12 years as a professional pitcher. During 2018 he will serve as the pitching coach of the Gulf Coast League Twins.[1]Contents1 Amateur career 2 Detroit Tigers 3 Pittsburgh Pirates 4 Australian Baseball League 5 References 6 External linksAmateur career[edit] Vasquez was born in Santa Barbara, California. He went 23-3 in his final two years of high school with 179 strikeouts while also hitting over .400

Minor League Baseball Rosters
As with nearly all North American professional team sports, the size of Minor League Baseball
Minor League Baseball
teams is limited by rosters. These size limits vary by each classification. All MLB-affiliated Triple-A and Double-A teams are limited to 25-man active rosters.[1] Unaffiliated Mexican League
Mexican League
teams have 35-man rosters, but are limited to 30 active players per game.[2] Class A-Advanced
Class A-Advanced
and Class A teams are limited to 25 active players with a total of 35 players under control with additional limitations in regard to prior minor league experience. Teams at lower levels have 35-man active rosters with limitations on minor league service time

Fred Waters
Fred Warren Waters (February 2, 1927 – August 28, 1989) was an American professional baseball player, manager, scout and coach. The left-handed pitcher appeared in 25 Major League games for the 1955–56 Pittsburgh Pirates. Born in Benton, Mississippi, Waters attended the University of Southern Mississippi. He stood 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) tall and weighed 185 pounds (84 kg). Apart from his trials with the Pirates, Waters had a 13-season (1949–58; 1960–62) pitching career in minor league baseball. He was first signed by the Brooklyn Dodgers, then acquired by the Milwaukee Braves in April 1953, spending most of that season with the Lincoln Chiefs of the Class A Western League. Then, on December 26, 1953, he was traded to Pittsburgh along with third baseman Sid Gordon, outfielder Sam Jethroe, pitcher Max Surkont, fellow minor leaguers Curt Raydon and Larry Lasalle, and $100,000 for third baseman Danny O'Connell

Dan Rohn
Daniel Jay Rohn (born January 10, 1956 in Alpena, Michigan) is a former infielder in Major League Baseball. Rohn was drafted as a second baseman by the Chicago Cubs
Chicago Cubs
in the 4th round of the 1977 amateur draft, and made his major league debut on September 2, 1983. He was traded by the Cubs to the Cleveland Indians
Cleveland Indians
for Jay Baller on April 1, 1985. Before joining the Seattle Mariners
Seattle Mariners
as a coach in 2006, Rohn was the manager of the Pacific Coast League's Tacoma Rainiers
Tacoma Rainiers
from 2001-2005. As the skipper for the Rainiers, he was named the PCL Manager of the Year in 2001 and again in 2004 & 2005. In 2001, he led the Rainiers to a Pacific Coast League
Pacific Coast League
co-championship shared with the New Orleans Zephyrs

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Jim Lemon
James Robert Lemon (March 23, 1928 – May 14, 2006) was an American right and left fielder, manager and coach in Major League Baseball. A powerful, right-handed hitting and throwing outfielder, Lemon teamed with first baseman Roy Sievers
Roy Sievers
(and later with slugger Harmon Killebrew and outfielder Bob Allison) to form the most formidable home run-hitting tandem in the 60-year history of the first Washington Senators franchise.Contents1 Playing career 2 Coach and manager 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksPlaying career[edit] Born in Covington, Virginia, the 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m), 200 lb (91 kg) Lemon signed originally with the Cleveland Indians, but he never won a regular job with Cleveland; indeed, he was a "late-bloomer" who required several trips to the minor leagues before finally winning a regular berth with the 1956 Senators at the age of 28

Steve Liddle
Steven Michael Liddle (born March 4, 1959 in Nashville, Tennessee) is a Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
bench coach for the Detroit Tigers. Coaching career[edit] He was previously the Minnesota Twins' bench coach from 2002–2010 before swapping roles with Scott Ullger
Scott Ullger
and becoming the Twins third base coach for 2011 and 2012. In October 2012, after two 96 plus losing seasons, it was announced Liddle's contract would not be renewed thus ending his stint in Minnesota.[1] On November 2, 2017, Liddle was named the bench coach for the Detroit Tigers for the 2018 season, a role he previously had with Ron Gardenhire and the Twins.[2] References[edit]^ "Twins sign Manager Ron Gardenhire
Ron Gardenhire
to two-year contract extension". MLB.com. 13 November 2008. Retrieved 28 July 2010.  ^ Beck, Jason (November 2, 2017). "Tigers add Bosio, complete coaching staff". MLB.com

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Chris Heintz
Christopher John Heintz (born August 6, 1974 in Syosset, New York) is a former Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
catcher. He played with the Minnesota Twins from 2005–2007. He is currently a hitting coach for the GCL Philadelphia Phillies. He is the brother of PGA Tour
PGA Tour
golfer Bob Heintz.[1]Contents1 College career 2 Minor League career 3 MLB debut 4 Coaching 5 References 6 External linksCollege career[edit] Heintz attended the University of South Florida, where he played baseball for the Bulls. While at South Florida, he was named to the All-Tournament Team of the 1996 Conference USA
Conference USA
Baseball Tournament, in which South Florida finished second.[2] Minor League career[edit] Heintz was drafted by the Chicago White Sox
Chicago White Sox
as a catcher in the 19th round of the 1996 Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball

Al Newman
Albert Dwayne (Al) Newman (born June 30, 1960) is a former infielder in Major League Baseball
Major League Baseball
who played for the Montreal Expos (1985–1986), Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins
(1987–1991) and Texas Rangers (1992). Newman was a switch-hitter and threw right-handed.[1]Contents1 San Diego State (1979–1982) 2 Minor Leagues (1980–1985) 3 Major Leagues (1985–1992) 4 Coach, Manager, and Scout (1992–2006) 5 After Baseball 6 References 7 External linksSan Diego State (1979–1982)[edit] Newman attended San Diego State University
San Diego State University
where he played for the renowned coach Jim Dietz,[2] majored in Accounting
and also played football at the position of running back

Rudy Hernández (baseball, Born 1968)
Rodolfo Jesús Hernández (born April 9, 1968) is a Major League Baseball coach and a former minor league infielder, coach and manager. On November 12, 2014, he was named assistant hitting coach of the Minnesota Twins
Minnesota Twins
and 2017 represented his third season in the post.[1] He was born in Maracay, Aragua, Venezuela. A former second baseman and third baseman, Hernández played for five seasons (1987–91) in the New York Mets' farm system, peaking at the Double-A level. He batted .250 in 493 games played

Riccardo Ingram
Riccardo is a male given name, Italian version of Richard

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Baseball Reference
is a website providing baseball statistics for every player in Major League Baseball
history. The site is often used by major media organizations and baseball broadcasters as a source for statistics. It offers a variety of advanced baseball sabermetrics in addition to traditional baseball "counting stats". Baseball-Reference.com
is part of Sports Reference, LLC; according to an article in Street & Smith's Sports Business Journal, the company's sites have more than 1 million unique users per month.[3]Contents1 History 2 Features2.1 Bullpen3 References 4 External linksHistory[edit] Founder Sean Forman began developing the website while working on his Ph.D. dissertation in applied math and computational science at the University of Iowa