The 2017 Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan will be making a stop through Duluth this winter.

Members of the Twins will be at Grandma's Sports Bar at 6:30 pm on Monday, January 16th. It seems as if Eduardo Escobar, Hector Santiago, Jack Morris, and Cory Provus will be the group of guys coming to the Northland.

Escobar and Santiago were both on the Twins roster during the 2016 season. Morris is a five-time All-Star who was named the World Series MVP in 1991 after throwing 10 innings of shut-out baseball against the Atlanta Braves to win it all.

Provus is the radio voice of the Minnesota Twins and works with Dan Gladden in the booth.

According to the Twins website, the Winter Caravan is:

"The Twins Winter Caravan is one of the longest running and most extensive offseason team caravans in professional sports. It features teams of current and former players visiting schools, hospitals, corporations and service clubs during the day with a traditional "hot stove" program each evening."