Michael Cuddyer (Chesapeake) played 11 of his 15 years in the major leagues in the Twin-Cities after being drafted in the first round by Minnesota in 1997. He was a part of 5 AL Central title championships and batted .272 in 1100+ games with 141 HRs and a .343 OB% and a .794 OPS. He was also known for numerous offensive rarities. He would go on to play 3 years in Colorado and 1 year with the Mets before retiring to spend more time with his wife and kids.
Now, the Twins will honor this franchise great for all he gave to the Twins. Cuddyer has been selected to the Twins Hall of Fame and will be so honored in August.
SN article analyzes Cooperstown chances of Mets slugger David Wright (Chesapeake). Not great.