Brad Radke

Brad Radke

Brad William Radke (born October 27, 1972) is a former Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher who played his entire 12 season career with the Minnesota Twins. Radke won 148 career games and was one of the most consistent pitchers in the Twins organization during the late 90's. He officially announced his retirement from baseball on December 19, 2006.

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1998 Minnesota Twins Season - Regular Season - Pitching
... the Twins, the last opening day starter not named Brad Radke until 2006 ... Tewksbury, Radke, LaTroy Hawkins, and rookie Eric Milton (acquired in the Knoblauch trade) were in the rotation for most of the year ... Team Leaders Statistic Player Quantity ERA Brad Radke 4.30 Wins Brad Radke 12 Saves Rick Aguilera 38 Strikeouts Brad Radke 146 ...
1997 Minnesota Twins Season - Pitching
... Brad Radke had a breakout year, going 20-10 with an ERA of 3.87 ... Team Leaders Statistic Player Quantity ERA Brad Radke 3.87 Wins Brad Radke 20 Saves Rick Aguilera 26 Strikeouts Brad Radke 174 ...

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