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Tom Brunansky

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Full Name Tom Brunansky
Profession Baseball Player
Date of Birth August 20 , 1960
Current Age 63 years
Birth Country United States
Birth Sign Leo
Dead or Alive Alive ( 63 years old)

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Tom Brunansky age, height, net worth, birthday, biography, facts! In this article, we will discover how old is Tom Brunansky? Who is Tom Brunansky dating now & how much money does Tom Brunansky have?

Tom Brunansky Biography

Tom Brunansky is one of the famous Baseball Player, who was born on the memorable day of August 20 in the year 1960. Hailing from the vibrant city of California, Tom Brunansky is a proud citizen of United States.

MLB outfielder who slugged 271 home runs in his 14-year career with five teams.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Tom Brunansky continues to be an inspiration for many.

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Education West Covina High School


He raised five children with his wife Colleen.

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He played in the same outfield for the Minnesota Twins as Hall of Fame center fielder Kirby Puckett.


He was drafted by the California Angels after starring for nearby West Covina High School.


He became the first player in the history of the Minnesota Twins to hit an inside-the-park home run with the bases loaded.

Net Worth & Salary

Tom Brunansky net worth is $5 Million (2022).

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In a 14-season career, he batted .245 with 271 home runs and 919 RBIs in 1800 games.
Ironically, all four runs were considered unearned because of two Brewers' fielding errors earlier in the inning. Only 40 major league players have hit a grand slam, inside-the-park home run since 1950. .
After being drafted in the first round (14th pick) of the 1978 amateur draft by the California Angels' organization after his senior year at West Covina High School in California, Brunansky spent the next four years working his way up the Angels' minor league system before appearing in 11 games in 1981 after making his major league debut on April 19.
On May 11, 1982, he was traded by the Angels, along with pitcher Mike Walters, to the Minnesota Twins for pitcher Doug Corbett and infielder Rob Wilfong.
Brunansky was the Twins' sole All-Star representative in 1985 and was a starter for the World Champion 1987 Minnesota Twins during what was arguably his best overall season (hitting .259, with 32 HR, 85 RBI and 83 Runs). Brunansky helped the Twins upset the Detroit Tigers in the American League Championship Series by hitting .412 with 2 home runs and 9 RBI in the five-game series. He then had a somewhat invisible World Series, only hitting .200 with one RBI. Just months after playing each other in the World Series, the Twins shocked both their fans and Brunansky by trading him on April 22, 1988, to the St.
On May 4, 1990, he was traded by the Cardinals to the Red Sox for closer Lee Smith. Brunansky played three seasons for the Red Sox, and is best remembered by Boston fans for his diving catch of an Ozzie Guillén line drive in the ninth inning of the season ending game that preserved the Red Sox victory, sending them to the 1990 ALCS. However, Brunansky hit .083, and the team as a whole hit a pitiful .183, as the Oakland A's swept the Sox in four games (before being swept themselves by the Cincinnati Reds in the 1990 World Series). .