The Minneapolis Millers were an American professional minor league baseball team that played in Minneapolis, Minnesota, until 1960.
The Minneapolis Millers were the first minor league team based in Minneapolis, MN. They began play in the 1884 Northwestern League.
Minneapolis Millers Year-by-Year Finishes. Compiled by Stew Thornley Author of On to Nicollet: The Glory and Fame of the Minneapolis Millers.
Nicollet Park was a minor league ballpark in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
The Minnesota Twins wore Minneapolis Millers uniforms for a "Turn Back the Clock Night" at Target Field.
Cuban newsreel of the Havana Sugar Kings vs. the Minneapolis Millers in the 1959 Junior World Series playing in Havana, Cuba.
Willie Mays .477 in 35 games with the Millers in 1951 before being called up to the New York Giants.
Ted Williams played for the Millers in 1938, hitting .366 with 46 home runs and 142 RBI.
A gameday crowd descends upon Nicollet Park for a Minneapolis Millers game.
My dad swore to his dying day that he was in his photo. He always claimed he was the taller kid wearing the dark jacket near the center of the photo.
An internal view of Nicollet Park, which was the home of the Minneapolis Millers from 1896 to 1955.