Rod Carew says he feels like a “superman” with his new heart and kidney … telling TMZ Sports he’s only getting stronger since suffering a major health scare 2 years ago.
ICYMI — Carew experienced a massive heart attack back in 2015. Just months later, he received a heart transplant from Baltimore Ravens tight end Konrad Reuland … who died from a brain aneurysm when he was 29.
Carew — who was a part of the ’18 Rose Bowl Parade — says he’s forever grateful he received Reuland’s organs and has kept in touch with his family ever since.
The 72-year-old — who once made 18 straight All-Star games — jokes that he’s feeling better than ever … and would LOVE to make a comeback after being away from the majors for 32 years!!
BONUS: We asked Carew who he thinks is the next Rod Carew … and you gotta check out his answer.