Michael Cuddyer Autograph Appearance at Fan HQ

Michael made a personal appearance at Fan HQ yesterday to meet with fans, sign autographs, and raise money for his charities.  The event was sold out well in advance and raised over $4300 for Michael’s charities.

Photos from the event are now available for viewing in the MichaelCuddyer.com Photo Gallery.

Thanks to all the fans who came out to meet Michael!


Cheerful Givers Breakfast with the Twins

Thanks to everyone who attended the Cheerful Givers “Breakfast with the Twins” fundraiser!  Photos from the event have been uploaded to the MichaelCuddyer.com Photo Gallery.

Cuddy, Jim Thome and Glen Perkins enjoyed a delicious Chart House pancake breakfast before answering fan questions and signing autographs for their guests.

Watch MichaelCuddyer.com for future appearances by Cuddy.


Attend the Next Baseball Unplugged

Join Michael Cuddyer at the next Baseball Unplugged on Wednesday, May 25 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Toby Keith’s Bar and Grill. Michael will be joined by Matt Capps and Glen Perkins.  CLICK HERE for more details.


Bid on the Last 4 VIP Tickets to Breakfast with Cuddy

There’s one week left to bid on 2 pair of tickets to have breakfast with Cuddy, Jim Thome and Glen Perkins at the Cheerful Givers “Breakfast with the Twins”.

These tickets are the last four VIP tickets remaining and each includes the opportunity to get autographs from all three players.

The auctions end this Sunday, May 22nd. To view the auctions CLICK HERE.


Michael Cuddyer Taking a Shot at Photography

 By Mike Max, WCCO-TV

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Minnesota Twins infielder Michael Cuddyer is a versatile baseball player, but what you may not know about the Twins player is that he’s a pretty good photographer.

Cuddyer’s journey through the big leagues has been a good one. Maybe that’s why, as a veteran, he’s allowed to appreciate and think deeper these days, which is in part why he’s got this new hobby.

He bought a camera this off-season and is taking it on the road and taking pictures. He goes into cities and stadiums with a goal: to capture it.

To read the entire article minnesota.cbslocal.com CLICK HERE.


Photos from 4/24/11 Unplugged Now Uploaded

Michael hosted the first Twins Baseball Unplugged of the season on 4/24 with special guests Joe Nathan and Brian Duensing.  Photos from the event have been uploaded to Michael’s Facebook Photo Gallery.  Check them out HERE.


Second Annual Cheerful Givers Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser with Michael Cuddyer, Jim Thome and Glen Perkins to be Held on May 28

We’re pleased to announce the 2011 Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser with Minnesota Twins Michael Cuddyer, Glen Perkins and Jim Thome. Join us on Saturday, May 28 from 9:30 – 10:30 am at the Chart House Restaurant in Lakeville, MN.

Learn more about Cheerful Givers and Minnesota Twins players while enjoying a pancake breakfast with the players. You will have an opportunity to enter drawings for Minnesota Twins tickets and autographed Twins merchandise. Michael Cuddyer, Glen Perkins and Jim Thome will also host a Q&A session.

Limited tickets are available! For more information and about Cheerful Givers and the Pancake Breakfest with the Twins players, CLICK HERE.

You can place your bid on one of more than 30 unique items at Cheerful Givers Online Auction. Proceeds will help provide toy-filled birthday gift bags for less fortunate children.

Here’s just a sampling of items available:

  • Get a phone call on your birthday (or the person you choose) from Michael Cuddyer of the Minnesota Twins.
  • Minnesota Vikings jersey autographed by Percy Harvin
  • Exclusive opportunity for you and guest to be chauffeured in a Bentley to and from Crave Restaurant for dinner

Blue Ox

Michael co-stars with Joe Mauer and Jim Thome in the newest Twins commercial.  Check it out HERE.


Michael Cuddyer on Overcoming Injuries

There are not very many constants in Major League Baseball. It’s the only sport where the field of play is different depending on which city the team is playing in. There is a different umpire calling balls and strikes every night. It’s the only sport where there is no time limit and a game, in theory, could last forever. Heck, these days it is very rare to even see a team wear the same uniform two days in a row! There is, however, one constant: injuries.

Some teams are lucky and have only a handful of players land on the disabled list.  That doesn’t include the 90 percent of the other guys who play hurt. Some teams really get bit with the injury bug and lose just about all of their regulars throughout the season, like the 2010 Red Sox. It didn’t matter who they put out on the field, it seemed like they were doomed from the get-go. That is an extreme case of injuries, but it is a reality when teams must endure a 162-game season.

To read the entire article on foxsportsnorth.com CLICK HERE.


First Baseball Unplugged to be Held at Huberts April 24

Michael Cuddyer will host the first Baseball Unplugged of the season at Huberts (Target Center location) on April 24 (Easter Sunday). His guests will include Joe Nathan and Brian Duensing. CLICK HERE to go to Twinsbaseball.com for more details.