Members of the Minnesota Twins, or Bomba Squad as some called them, are coming to Brainerd as part of the Twins Winter Caravan this January.
It’s subject to change, but right now the plan is for Dick Bremer, Jack Morris, Luis Arráez, Lewis Thorpe and Trevor Larnach to all appear on Tuesday, January 21st at Forestview Middle School during the afternoon.
Here is the press release:
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN – The Minnesota Twins today announced plans for the club’s 60th annual Twins Winter Caravan, among the longest running and most extensive offseason fan engagement tours in professional sports. The 2020 Twins Winter Caravan, presented by Case IH, is slated for January 20-23 and will bring Twins players, coaches, alumni, broadcasters and executives to regional hubs in every corner of Minnesota, along with stops in North and South Dakota.
“Our 2020 Winter Caravan will bring the Twins into where our fans live, work and play, and we are proud to once again have Case IH on board as our presenting sponsor,” said Twins Executive Vice President, Chief Business Officer Laura Day. “Both organizations are excited to connect with fans across a broad swath of Twins Territory, as the Caravan officially launches our 60th season of Minnesota Twins baseball.”
The 2020 Twins Winter Caravan features groups of current and former players, along with members of the coaching staff and front office, visiting local schools, hospitals, corporations and service clubs during the day, with a traditional “Hot Stove” program each evening. Designated schools will also feature a “Playball” initiative that incorporates hands-on baseball activities between Twins players and select participants.
Members of the Treasure Island Baseball Network and FOX Sports North broadcast teams, including Bert Blyleven, Jack Morris, Dick Bremer, Dan Gladden, Cory Provus and Kris Atteberry, will lead Twins Winter Caravan tours.
Case IH is a global leader in agricultural equipment, with a network of more than 4,900 dealers and distributors that operates in over 160 countries. Headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin, Case IH is committed to collaborating with its customers to develop the most powerful, productive, and reliable equipment, ranging from tractors to combine harvesters and tillage implements, all designed to meet the challenges of modern farming. The brand and its iconic red color represent more than 175 years of expertise in the industry, including the legacies of Case, International Harvester, and David Brown.
Preliminary 2020 Twins Winter Caravan routes and personalities are on the following page (schedule and players are subject to change). Specific times and locations within those communities will be announced in the coming weeks on twinsbaseball.com/caravan.