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Randy Bush, RBI Legend


Randy Bush and the Minnesota Twins go hand-in-hand. Whenever you had a good Twins team, Randy Bush was there. He wasn't wowing you with those overrated "statistics" or "abilities", but by playing game-in and game-out:

The Facts

  • Born October 5th, 1958
  • Real name is Robert Randall Bush
  • Played in the Big Leagues from 1982-1992
  • 9th inning single broke up Jim Clancy's perfect game in 1989
  • Tied Minnesota team record with 8 RBIs in one game in 1989
  • Led AL in pinch hits in 1991 with 13
  • Member of two World Championship Minnesota Twins teams (1987 & 1991)
  • Manager of The University of New Orleans baseball team (2000-2003)

To Learn More


Randy Bush had a decent career, and that success carried over into the dugout and (more importantly) RBI Baseball. He has tremendous power and should replace Dan Gladden at the leadoff spot. Bush can certainly hit the dingers and has good speed to beat out those quick throws to first from right. No matter where he goes, Randy Bush reeks of quality...

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