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Brad Radke
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Baseball Player
    (October 27, 1972- )
    Born in Eau Claire, Wisconsin
    Pitcher for the Minnesota Twins (1995-2006)
    Career record was 148–139 over 12 seasons
    Inducted into the MInnesota Twins Hall of Fame (2009)
    He spent the bulk of his career on poor and mediocre Twins teams.
    Despite being a consistent pitcher, he only had one All-Star appearance in his career.
    He wasn't considered a top prospect in the Twins organization, prior to making his Major League debut.
    He had a tendency to surrender home runs, despite the fact he was considered a reliable control pitcher.
    The video game 'Sega Sports World Series Baseball II' used footage of him surrendering home runs in their clips as a way to mock him.
    He was the third player in Major League Baseball history to record 10 wins in 10 consecutive starts.
    He averaged 12 wins and 32 starts a season during the Twins lean years.
    He recorded a 20 win season during his third season as the ace of the Twins rotation (1997).
    He was considered a valuable leader in the clubhouse.
    He was loyal to the Twins franchise and didn't ask for a trade, despite being on a poor roster and the team faced with the possibility of being contracted.

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