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Eddie Guardado began his career with the Minnesota Twins and for the first three years, was penciled in as a starter.  He made his MLB debut with Twins on June 13, 1993.  In 1996 he was moved to the bullpen and it was from the pen that his career really took off. He soon established himself as one of the most durable pitchers in the game and earned the nickname "Everyday Eddie".  In 1996 he led all of the American League in appearances by pitching in 86 games that season.  In 2002 he broke Rick Aguilera's 11 year old team record for games saved, saving 45 games that season.  He followed that 2002 performance by recording another 41 saves in 2003.  Over his career, Eddie appeared in 908 games and posted 555 consecutive innings without allowing a triple to any hitter.  For his career he had 798 strikeouts, 185 saves and 46 wins.  He was twice selected to the American League's All-Star team and in 2013 was named to the Twins Hall of Fame.  Great having you with us Eddie!

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