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Let's Play Two
Edited by Jack McCallum and Christian Stone
July 03, 1995
Eight sets of twins have played major league baseball, a figure nearly matched this spring by the Oakland-Piedmont (Calif.) Little League, which boasts five. Only one family balked at the league's idea to put them all on the same team. And so, opponents of—you guessed it—the Minnesota Twins are getting double-teamed by (clockwise from top left): Matthew and Nora Cullinen, Chase and Reid Smiegiel, Matthew and Peter Modera, and Alex and Andrew Munday.
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July 03, 1995

Let's Play Two

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Eight sets of twins have played major league baseball, a figure nearly matched this spring by the Oakland-Piedmont ( Calif.) Little League, which boasts five. Only one family balked at the league's idea to put them all on the same team. And so, opponents of—you guessed it—the Minnesota Twins are getting double-teamed by (clockwise from top left): Matthew and Nora Cullinen, Chase and Reid Smiegiel, Matthew and Peter Modera, and Alex and Andrew Munday.

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