Thanks From The Morneaus

December 1st, 2013

My wife Krista and I would like to thank everyone for the overwhelming support of The Winter Warm-Up Coat Drive.  With over 1,500 coats collected, the drive far exceeded our expectations.  Thanks to your donations every person at The Salvation Army Harbor Light who needed a coat was able to receive one.

I had a good time meeting with a number of you yesterday and was often asked where I’ll play next season.  No matter what team I am on, Minnesota will always be a very special place for me thanks to the fans and friends I have here.

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Justin Morneau’s Winter Warm-Up Coat Drive to Benefit The Salvation Army Harbor Light

October 31st, 2013


One lucky fan can bid to become the Coat Drive VIP and receive:

  • First person through the meet and greet line
  • Posed photo with Justin which will be posted on Justin’s official Facebook and Twitter pages.
  • Two autographs and inscriptions on the items of your choice
  • A game used Justin Morneau bat
  • A pair of game used and autographed Justin Morneau spikes
  • Lunch for two ($50 value) at Big Bowl
  • Canteen of coffee from Caribou Coffee
  • $800 value!

View the Auction and Bid HERE – Auction ends Sunday, November 24th

Bring your new or gently used winter coats to Fan HQ in the Ridgedale Center (Map) between November 1st and November 30th and receive a FREE 8×10 photo personally signed by Justin Morneau! Receive one signed photo per winter coat donated.*

Be one of the first 333 people to donate and choose either a signed photo or a ticket to meet Justin in person at Fan HQ on Saturday, November 30th from 10am-Noon (limit one in-person autograph ticket per person). Redeem the ticket on November 30th for one autograph on the item of your choice (no inscriptions, please).  ***IN PERSON TICKETS HAVE ALL BEEN DISTRIBUTED***


Collect and donate 20 (or more) new or gently used winter coats and receive an MVP ticket to meet Justin at Fan HQ on Saturday, November 30th.  Your ticket includes:

  • Fast-pass to front of line
  • Posed photo with Justin
  • One in-person autograph on the item of your choice
  • One Justin Morneau personally autographed photo for each coat donated

Hurry in – there are only 33 MVP tickets available!

All coats collected will be distributed by The Salvation Army Harbor Light to those in need in the Twin Cities area!

Make a cash donation of $33 to The Salvation Army Harbor Light and and we’ll mail you a signed photo of Justin (one photo per $33 donation).
Click Here to Donate

For more information contact Fan HQ at 952-545-6460.


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Justin Morneau 66 Tees – SOLD OUT!

October 2nd, 2013

T-Shirts are sold out. Thanks for your overwhelming support – LET’S GO BUCS!

A limited number of Morneau #66 tees are now available!

The shirts are available for only $10 each (including US shipping – $12 each for 2XL).  They will begin shipping on Friday, October 4th.

The tees are available for local pick-up at Fan HQ in Ridgedale (mall home of for only $5 each ($7 for 2XL).  Please call 952-545-6460 for sizing availability.

A portion of every sale benefits the Morneau Family Foundation charities!

Let’s Go Bucs!

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Roberto Clemente Award Nominee

September 20th, 2013

For the third time in his career Justin has been nominated for the Roberto Clemente Award which is given annually to a player who “best represents the game of baseball through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement.”
The Arthritis Foundation Upper Midwest Region, Ronald McDonald House and the Como Zoo are just a few of the charities Justin is involved with.
A fan vote will help determine the winner. Please take a moment and place a vote for Justin HERE.
Voting is open now and runs through October 6th. You may vote as many times as you’d like!
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August 31st, 2013

First of all, I would like to say thank you to all of the Twins fans. I would also like to thank the Minnesota Twins organization for giving me a chance to realize my dream of being a Major League baseball player. I was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 1999. Since that day I have been very proud and fortunate to call myself a Minnesota Twin.
I was a wide-eyed 22 year old kid when I made my big league debut in 2003. I received a warm welcome that day and have felt welcomed ever since. I feel like I was a kid when I first got here, but was able to grow up in this organization and become someone my friends and family could be proud of.  My wife, kids and family are Minnesotans and this has become my second home. Minnesotans are some of the kindest, most genuine people I have ever met.
I am sorry that during my time here we weren’t able to achieve our ultimate goal of winning the World Series, but I will forever carry many wonderful memories of my time here. I will always cherish every day I was lucky enough to play in front of you fans in a Minnesota uniform.
Thank you for all of your support throughout the years.
Your friend,
Justin Morneau
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