Twins outfielder Luis Valbuena says his brother, J.D., has never been the same since he became a member of the Twins.

On the morning of June 10, Valbuema was driving from his home in Minnesota to Minneapolis when he spotted a car behind him on the freeway.

He stopped to let his brother out.

It was a family member, and J.R. was wearing a Twins hat.

“I was like, ‘I just met my brother, and he’s been going nuts,'” Valbuessa told Vice News.

“And I was like: ‘What are you doing?'”

“He was like that for a while, but then he calmed down,” Valbualla said.

J.J. is the Twins’ all-time hitting leader with 2,974 career hits.

“He just started making his own music,” ValBuessa said.

“But we’re still getting along, and it’s all good.

We’re getting along.”

When he returned to the Twins in 2015, he had his own brother, the second-oldest brother in the Twins history.

He was the youngest of five kids, ages 1 to 8.

Valbuemas youngest brother, David, died in 2008 at age 20, according to Vice News, while J.H. was born at age 13.

“We’re getting on pretty well,” Val Buena said.

Val Buema, who played shortstop for the Minnesota Twins from 2007 to 2010, is the first brother to be drafted in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft.

“His personality is different than my brother,” Valuable said of his brother.

“Because he is so active, he has this passion for baseball.

He loves it.

I think that’s why he’s so good.”

“He loves it,” said David Valbu, who has three children, ages 5 to 7.

“The way he talks, the way he walks, it’s the way you’d like to have.

He has a smile on his face.

You would want to be around him.”

J.C. Valmeras younger brother, Aaron, died from brain cancer in 2014.

JC. was also the Twins second youngest brother.

The Twins drafted J.P. Valuemas second baseman in 2016.

“When we drafted him, he was like a little brother to me,” David Valmera said.

“[Aaron] was my best friend growing up, and I miss him so much.

We always talk about baseball and our brothers.

We were so close growing up.

We talked about everything.”

Valbuenes oldest brother, Alex, passed away at age 29.

ValBuemas oldest brother played shortstop in the minor leagues for five seasons in St. Louis and Tampa Bay.

“It was a dream come true to be able to play in a minor league park and be able see my brother play, and to see the things that he was able to do in the major leagues,” David said.