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Twins Broadcasters

Dan Gladden
Dan Gladden Gladden played in the major leagues for 11 years and retired from professional baseball following the 1994 season. He finished his career batting .270 with 203 doubles, 40 triples, 74 home runs, 446 rbi and 221 stolen bases in 1,197 games.

He made his big league debut in 1983 with the San Francisco Giants, with whom he played for three seasons, and was named to both Topps’ and Baseball Digest All-Rookie teams in 1984. He was acquired along with pitcher David Blakely by Minnesota in exchange for pitchers Jose Dominguez, Bryan Hickerson and Ray Velasquez on March 31, 1987 and spent five years with the Twins before signing as a free agent with Detroit in 1992. He spent his last year in professional baseball playing for the Yomiuri Giants of the Japanese Central League in 1994. From there, Gladden was a major league advance scout for the Colorado Rockies from 1996-98 and a minor league roving instructor for San Francisco in 1999.

Always known as a fiery competitor, Gladden was a key ingredient in the Twins’ 1987 and '91 World Championships. His grand slam home run in Game 1 of the '87 Series vs. St. Louis, capped a seven-run 4th inning and he scored the game-winning run in the 10th inning in Game 7 of the '91 Series vs. Atlanta.

Dan, wife Janice and daughters Ashley and Whitney, make their home in Eden Prairie, MN.

Kris Atteberry
Kris Atteberry Kris Atteberry joined the Twins Radio Network team in 2007 after spending the last five summers calling games on radio and television for the St. Paul Saints. He has also served as the voice of Montana State football and basketball for the last five years.

Atteberry, 34, is a native of Bozeman, Montana and a 1996 graduate of Stanford University with a degree in English Literature. He and his wife, Jennifer, reside in the Twin Cities.

Bert Blyleven
Bert Blyleven Blyleven, who pitched in the major leagues for 23 years, including 11 seasons with the Twins, retired following the 1992 season.

The native of Zeist, Holland broke in with the Twins in 1970 at the age of 19. He retired at the age of 42 and is only the second major league pitcher of all-time to win a major league game before his 20th birthday and after his 40th birthday. Blyleven also pitched at the major league level with Texas, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and California. As a Twins starter, Bert had 345 career starts and a combined record of 149-138, 3.28 ERA and still holds the club record for strikeouts (2,035), shutouts (29) and complete games (141). He posted double figure wins in 17 different seasons. As a member of the Twins, he became a 20- game winner in 1973 (20-17, 2.52) while leading the American League with 40 starts and 25 complete games, 9 shutouts and 325 innings, still a Twins record for a season. One of his most memorable moments occurred in 1977 when as a member of the Texas Rangers, Bert tossed a no-hitter defeating California 6-0 at Anaheim Stadium.

On baseball's all-time list, Blyleven ranks fifth in strikeouts (3,701), ninth in games started (685), ninth in shutouts (60), 13th in innings (4,970.1), and 24th in wins (287). He was voted A.L. Rookie Pitcher of the Year in 1970 and A.L. Comeback Player of the Year in 1989. Bert pitched in two All-Star Games, three Championship series and two World Series with the Twins and Pirates, achievements that put him in Baseball's Hall of Fame.

While nurturing a reputation as a practical joker on the field and in the booth, Bert has demonstrated a serious side off the field when it involves community service. He continues to work with a host of charities for a variety of worthwhile causes including the Ronald McDonald House.

Bert and his wife, Gayle, and their sons Royle and David make their home in Ft. Myers, FL.

Dick Bremer
Dick Bremer

Bremer, who graduated from St. Cloud State in 1978, began with the Twins in 1983 broadcasting games for Spectrum Sports. He remained there until 1985 and re-joined the team in 1987, working a two-year stint for TwinsVision. He worked with WCCO-TV and Midwest Sports Channel from 1989-2001.

The Staples (MN) High School grad has also been the voice of University of Minnesota basketball, football and hockey and has called games for University of Iowa basketball and the Minnesota North Stars in his 27-year career.

Dick and his wife, Heidi, along with their son, Erik and daughter Hannah, make their home in St. Michael, MN.

Cory Provus
Cory Provus

Provus joins the Twins organization after spending three seasons in Milwaukee where he shared play-by-play responsibilities with Hall of Famer Bob Uecker on WTMJ-AM and the Brewers Radio Network.

Provus began his MLB broadcast career in 2007 as the Chicago Cubs Pre and Post Game Show host. He also handled play-by-play duties, backing up Pat Hughes during games, and anchored the morning and afternoon drive sportscasts as a reporter for WGN-AM in Chicago.

In June of 2006, Provus was named the voice of the University of Alabama-Birmingham Blazers. At UAB, he handled radio play-by-play UAB football, men's basketball and baseball. He also hosted the weekly coaches' radio and television shows. While at UAB, he was named the 2006 Radio Sportscaster of the Year by the Alabama Broadcasters Association.

Provus also has various experience hosting studio shows, managing production and doing play by play for various properties of International Sports Properties. Provus handled play-by-play for the Conference USA Football Championship game, the ACC Men's Basketball Tournament and various play-by-play duties for Georgia Tech, Wake Forest and Virginia Tech baseball, football and basketball.

A graduate of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Provus also worked at WAER-FM in Syracuse from 1996-2000, handling radio play-by-play and acting as studio host for Orange Football, Basketball and Lacrosse.