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This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page. It does not cite any references or sources. Please help improve it by citing reliable sources. Tagged since September 2009. It may require cleaning up to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Tagged since September 2009. Kenosha Twins 1984–1992 Kenosha, Wisconsin [[Image:|100px]] Team Logo [[Image:|100px]] Cap Insignia Class-level Minor league affiliations Midwest League Northern Division Major league affiliations Minnesota Twins Name Ballpark Simmons Field Minor league titles League titles 1985, 1987 Division titles 1988 The Kenosha Twins began play in the Midwest League in 1984 when the club relocated from Wisconsin Rapids. In 1992, the team was sold, and the following year, they moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana where they became known as the Fort Wayne Wizards. They played their home games at Simmons Field, located on Sheridan Road near the shore of Lake Michigan in Kenosha. They won two Midwest League championships, in 1985 and 1987, and were Northern Division champions in 1988. Some notable alumni of the Twins include Chuck Knoblauch, Eddie Guardado, Lenny Webster, Paul Abbott, and Willie Banks. Year-by-year record Year Record Finish Manager Playoffs 1984 70-68 6th Duffy Dyer 1985 79-60 3rd Duffy Dyer League Champs 1986 46-92 12th Don Leppert 1987 82-58 2nd Don Leppert League Champs 1988 81-59 4th Ron Gardenhire Lost League Finals 1989 63-66 9th Steve Liddle 1990 61-77 10th Steve Liddle 1991 63-74 11th Joel Lepel 1992 63-70 8th Jim Dwyer This article about a baseball team in the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e