Chattanooga Lookouts baseball team to partner with Minnesota Twins

TWINS TIMELINESome notable dates in Minnesota Twins history, including their past ties with the Chattanooga Lookouts:• 1960: Washington Senators president Calvin Griffith announces in October that the club would be moving to the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, which led to the birthing of the "Twins" nickname.• 1967: Cal Ermer, who managed the Chattanooga Lookouts from 1952 to '57, takes over a 25-25 Twins team and leads Minnesota to a 91-71 record. Harmon Killebrew was injured the next season and the Twins slid to 79-83, which resulted in Ermer being replaced by Billy Martin.• 1974: Killebrew plays his 21st and final season with the organization. He wound up with 573 career home runs, had his No.