Friday, July 11, 2014


Terry Crowley had a fifteen-year big league career, primarily as a pinch-hitting specialist and reserve outfielder for the Baltimore Orioles.  He came to the Twins in 1991 as the hitting coach, and had immediate success.  During that championship season, Crowley was instrumental in the development of rookies Chuck Knoblauch and Scott Leius, and in reviving the careers of veteran free agent signings Chili Davis and Mike Pagliarulo.  Crowley spent eight years as the Twins' hitting coach before returning to Baltimore to take the same role with the Orioles. 

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