Minnesota Timberwolves, Tim Connelly and Chris Finch, Thursday, December 8 at Interlachen Country Club

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Minnesota Twins It's the list of the the 135 folks from the Twins organization that have been speakers at Twin Cities Dunkers since 1960. 

Twins Hall of Fame Check out many of the 37 members in the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame have been featured speakers at a Twin Cities Dunkers meeting. Click on the name of those that have to see a summary of their appearance.

Retired Numbers of Local Sports Teams The table shows how many from the list have been speakers at Twin Cities Dunkers.

MLB Hall for Fame Speakers at Dunkers Counting the Class of 2022, there are 339 members in the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame... 33 of those MLB Hall of Famers have been speakers at Twin Cities Dunkers.

Top 100 Sports Figures in Minnesota See how many from the 1999 list the StarTribune published that have been speakers at Twin Cities Dunkers! 

StarTribune Sportsperson of the Year It's the STRIB's sports staff list of Sportsperson of the Year that they started naming in 1998. 

StarTribune Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame From Bronko to Kirby to Sid, with so many great honorees in between, Hall of Fame members make up a tremendous Minnesota Sports legacy. 

Save the Date

Year End Review/Preview
Dave Mona and Sports Leaders
Thursday, December 15
Interlachen Country Club

You can make a difference...

The Twin Cities Dunkers Fund provides funds to the 14 Twin Cities high school athletic programs to purchase athletic equipment not funded by their school. The money you donate here goes to The Minneapolis Foundation-Dunkers Fund for the purchase of that equipment. You can designate what school you want to help or what sport you want to support in a comments section on the TMF site.  If you don't designate, the Dunkers Fund Committee will designate an unfunded need.


Last Five Games

Game 972 – Oct 31: Minnesota Vikings
Kirk Cousins, Joe Schmit

Game 971 – Oct 13: Major League Baseball
Tim Tschida, Bill Robertson

Game 970– Sep 28: Gopher Men's Basketball
Ben Johnson

Game 969 – Sep 14: St. Paul Saints
Mike Veeck, Bill Robertson

Game 968 – Aug 9: Major League Soccer
Don Garber, Kyndra de St. Aubin


Twin Cities Dunkers is an organization of existing and emerging business and non-business leaders in the Twin Cities area united around a sports-oriented breakfast theme whose purpose is:

To recognize and pay tribute to individuals, groups or teams in the Twin Cities, who through athletic achievement have achieved unusual, singular, and significant recognition, complimentary not only to themselves, but also to the area.

To recognize and bid welcome to the Twin Cities our visitors from the world of sports and entertainment who not only have achieved prominence in their particular game, but who have also been a distinct credit to the profession.

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