1964 Minnesota Twins Roster
Harmon Killebrew again led the league with 49 home runs, and five of his teammates all hit 20 or more -- outfielders Bob Allison and Tony Oliva with 32, outfielder Jimmie Hall at 25, first baseman Don Mincher with 23, and Zoilo Versalles with 20. Oliva won the batting crown, first ever for a Twin, with a .323 batting average and was named Rookie of the Year. But all that hitting turned sour as the Twins slumped to 20-games out of first by season's end. Jim Kaat won his third straight Gold Glove as a pitcher and the Twins sent Killebrew, Allison and Oliva to the All-Star Game as starters, as well as Hall and pitcher Camilo Pascual. Another future gem was added when Jim Grant arrived from Cleveland in a trade for George Banks and Lee Stange. Attendance held at 1,207,514.