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Better yet, they wished they had just gone to Las Vegas. They had no honeymoon after the wedding because they were busy getting ready to move into their new home in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota. Before the wedding, they had lived in the Hudsons’ house for almost the whole 1986 season. After they got engaged, Mr. Hudson thought it was the best arrangement while the couple waited for their house to be built. When Puckett showed up with all of his belongings, Mrs. Hudson made a big deal about all the “junk” he owned.
He told Puckett that he would find it easier playing in the big leagues. The lights make it easier to hit, and the pitchers have more control. The fields are nicer, and the money is certainly better. In fact, Puckett’s salary jumped from $900 a month to $40,000 a year. As sort of a side bet, 39 40 Kirby Puckett Ermer predicted that Puckett would get four hits in his first major-league game. Ecstatic, Puckett first called his mother. Even though she knew he had it in him all along, she was thrilled.
The second time he was up, Puckett was still nervous but a little more confident. He hit a single up the middle. Barely on the base, he saw the third-base coach, Tom Kelly, flash the steal sign. They had gone over the signs that afternoon. So Puckett took off and easily stole second. The next player up got a base hit behind second base. Off again, Puckett bolted past third and scored his first major-league run. Back in the dugout, the guys all patted Puckett on the back. Next time at bat, Puckett got a single to right.