» May 11, 1982: The Twins trade ace reliever Doug Corbett and 2B Rob Wilfong to California for minor leaguers Tom Brunansky and Mike Walters and cash.
» June 7, 1982:
Consecutive home runs by Minnesota's Ron Washington, Tom Brunansky (off Keith Creel), and Kent Hrbek (off Dan Quisenberry) in the 8th help the Twins tie, but Kansas City wins in 10 innings, 54.
» July 19, 1982: The Twins overcome two homers by Robin Yount to beat the Brewers, 64. Tom Brunansky hits his 2nd inside-the-park homer of the year (May 28 was the other), but this one is a grand slam off Jerry Augustine. The IP slam is a first in Twins history.
» July 14, 1985: Walt Terrell and Hernandez combine on a one-hitter as the Tigers blank the Twins, 80. Tom Brunansky's double in the 7th is the only hit. Herndon and Evans hit back-to-back homers in the 4th.
» June 6, 1987: Needing a replacement for the injured Don Mattingly, the Yankees reluctantly trade knuckleballer Joe Niekro to the Twins for C Mark Salas. Salas, not knowing that he's been traded, pinch hits a homer in the 9th to tie the game with the Rangers. He stays in, adds a single in the 11th, and the Twins win 32 in the 13th when Steve Lombardozzi's 2-out single scores Tom Brunansky from 1B.
» April 22, 1988:
The Cardinals trade veteran 2B Tom Herr to the Twins for OF Tom Brunansky.
» May 4, 1990: The Red Sox trade reliever Lee Smith to the Cardinals for OF Tom Brunansky.
» May 19, 1990: The Red Sox roll over the Twins at Fenway, winning 131, behind Roger Clemens. Tom Brunansky paces the 20 hit attack, going 5-for-5.
» October 3, 1990: Boston beats Chicago 31 on the final day of the season to wrap up its 3rd American League East title in five seasons. Tom Brunansky ends the game with a spectacular sliding catch in the RF corner with the tying runs on base.
» July 24, 1992: Minnesota P Scott Erickson hurls a 1hit, 5-0 victory over the Red Sox in the 1st game of a DH. Tom Brunansky's single is the only hit. Roger Clemens takes the loss. Boston wins the nitecap, 54, scoring a run with one out in the 9th.
» January 28, 1993: The Brewers sign free agent OF Tom Brunansky.
» July 26, 1993:
PH Tom Brunansky of the Brewers ends the Red Sox 10 game win streak with a 2-run, 2-out home run in the bottom of the 9th for a 32 win. The dinger comes off Jeff Russell in relief of Roger Clemens.
» June 16, 1994:
The Red Sox trade C Dave Valle to the Brewers in exchange for OF Tom Brunansky.