Minnesota Twins Tickets
Minnesota Twins Background
The Minnesota Twins are a member of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) American League. In 1901, the team was founded in the city of Washington, D.C. The team moved to Minnesota in 1961, and it was renamed after the twin cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. Since that time, the Twins have established their fan base in the city and seen some success. You can catch up on the action as the Twins take on their AL Central rivals, including the Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers and Cleveland Indians.
Where can I buy Minnesota Twins tickets?
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Where do the Minnesota Twins play?
The Minnesota Twins play all home games at Target Field in Minneapolis. The stadium is a baseball-only park with natural turf. It's located in the Warehouse District of downtown Minneapolis. The field was constructed in 2007 and completed in 2009. The Minnesota Twins played their first game at Target Field against the Boston Red Sox on April 12, 2010. In 2011, Target Field was named "The Best Place to Shop" by the Sports Business Journal. It was also selected as the "The Best Sports Stadium in North America" by ESPN the Magazine. Target Field hosted the 85th MLB All-Star Game and Home Run Derby in 2014.
What can I expect at a Minnesota Twins game?
You can enjoy a day out at the ballpark when you purchase tickets at StubHub. The Minnesota Twins compete in the American League Central Division. Matchups between division rivals, like the Kansas City Royals, are always exciting games to watch from the bleachers. Between the innings, there are plenty of restaurants and other activities to entertain you as well. If you're ready to watch the Twins battle for the pennant, then make sure to get your tickets at StubHub today.
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