After 4 years operating as a co-op, Fargo-Moorhead returned to their first home, the Cleveland Indians. For 5 years, from 1953-1957, the F-M Twins played great baseball and produced 2 impact pitchers... Mudcat Grant, who would pitch for 14 years in the MLB, producing a 21 win season in 1965 for the Minnesota Twins, and Ron Taylor who spend 11 seasons in the MLB, including 5 with the Mets. In 1953 however, the Indians would produce a player that would change history in Major League Baseball forever. Roger Maris came to Fargo and hit .325 with 9 HRs and 80 RBI on his way to a 61 HR season with the Yankees that would break Babe Ruth's record.