1994 Minnesota Twins Roster
The season was cut dramatically short again. 50 games were lopped from the schedule, due to player contract squabbles, yet Kirby Puckett drove in 122 runs to lead the league. He joined fellow teammate Chuck Knoblauch at the All-Star game and Scott Erickson started his season with a no-hitter against Milwaukee. Steve Carlton, who ended his career in a mop up role with the Twins for two seasons, was elected to the Cooperstown Baseball Hall of Fame.