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Tom Brunansky

MLB Player information
NameTom Brunansky
PositionRight fielder
MLB debutApril 9, 1981 for the California Angels
Last MLB appearanceAugust 10, 1994 for the Boston Red Sox
Career statistics
Batting average.245
Home runs271
Runs batted in919
* California Angels (1981) * Minnesota Twins (1982 1988) * St. Louis Cardinals (1988 1990) * Boston Red Sox (1990 1992) * Milwaukee Brewers (1993 1994) * Boston Red Sox (1994)

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Thomas Andrew Brunansky (born August 20, 1960), nicknamed "Bruno", is a former right fielder in 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. He finished his career with 1543 hits in 6289 at bats, 69 stolen bases, and 306 doubles.

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Pro Wrestling and WWE Hall of Famer George Steele, in town for Collectorfest Monthly card show, chews up the ball, tosses to Sean Burroughs, then chats with Tom Brunansky and Gene Glynn by...
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10/3/90: Tom Brunansky's game saving catch down the right-field line clinches the AL East for the Red Sox on the final day of the season Check out for more! About
2.17 min. | 4.53 user rating Boston Red Sox Tom Brunansky was never afraid of that right field corner at Fenway Park, and he proved it by making the play that clinched the American League...
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A highlight montage for the 1987 World Series champion Minnesota Twins.
27.73 min. | 4.81 user rating Boston Red Sox Mr. Underrated Dwight Evans was still getting it done in his third decade with the Sox hitting clutch home runs! Dewey would end up finishing up...
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The World Champion Minnesota Twins celebrate by driving convertibles and wearing fur coats through downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul after winning the 1987 World Series.
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1.07 min. | 5.0 user rating I'm surprised that they do not show this clip anywhere, but it is priceless! A New York Yankees fan steals Tom Brunansky's batting glove out of his back pocket...
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The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass., On Pro Baseball column - American Chronicle Tweet this news
American Chronicle--Oct. 27--Ex-major leaguer -Tom Brunansky- says he found himself rooting for three teams -- really two teams and one manager -- this entertaining baseball ... - Date : Wed, 27 Oct 2010 07:54:35 GMT+00:00
Major league sons at the Big 12 baseball tournament - Tweet this news -Brunansky-: -Tom- played 14 seasons in the majors for five organizations, winning a World Series title with Minnesota in 1987. Kevin Kuntz: Rusty played ... - Date : Fri, 28 May 2010 05:03:49 GMT+00:00
Kansas Baseball vs. Benedictine - University Daily Kansan Tweet this news
University Daily Kansan--Sophomore outfielder Jason -Brunansky- swings through for an infield single in the first inning Tuesday ... Senior pitcher Brett Bollman throws to first for ... - Date : Wed, 21 Apr 2010 02:55:59 GMT+00:00

Minnesota Twins 1987 World Series Champions

4 Steve Lombardozzi * 5 Roy Smalley * 7 Greg Gagne * 8 Gary Gaetti * 9 Gene Larkin * 14 Kent Hrbek * 15 Tim Laudner * 16 Frank Viola (World Series MVP) * 17 Les Straker * 18 Don Baylor * 21 George Frazier * 22 Keith Atherton * 24 Tom Brunansky * 25 Randy Bush * 26 Al Newman * 27 Mark Davidson * 28 Bert Blyleven * 31 Dan Schatzeder * 32 Dan Gladden * 33 Sal Butera * 34 Kirby Puckett * 36 Joe Niekro * 40 Juan Berenguer * 41 Jeff Reardon
Manager 10 Tom Kelly
Coach 6 Tony Oliva * 42 Dick Such * 43 Rick Stelmaszek * 44 Rick Renick * 45 Wayne Terwilliger

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