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Are you visiting the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul sometime soon? Do you live in Minnesota and are looking for the perfect way to spend an afternoon or evening watching live sports? Are you a Minnesota Twins fan living in another state looking for a way to support your team on the road? If any of those answers are a "yes," then it's time to find some Minnesota Twins baseball tickets.
The Minnesota Twins are named after the two adjoining cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis. You can head to Target Field, home of the Twins since 2010, to take in a home game against some of the Minnesota Twins' biggest rivals or even a spring training session. Don't live in Minnesota? The Twins play away games all around the country during the season, so you can be part of the away contingent to support the boys on the road. With 162 Minnesota Twins games to choose from during the regular season, plus spring training and potential playoff games, you have a lot of choices to watch the Twins play.
If you want to attend home games at Target Field, or an away game at a stadium in another city, make sure you arrive early to figure out parking and admission so you don't miss the first pitch.
Founded as the Washington Senators in 1901, this franchise eventually moved to Minnesota in 1961. Since arriving in Minnesota, the Twins have won two World Series Titles. Playing in the American Central division, frequent opponents include the Chicago White Sox, the Detroit Tigers, the Kansas City Royals, and the Cleveland Guardians.
If you are looking for cheap Minnesota Twins tickets, there are a few ways to find them. First, ticket prices for Minnesota Twins games are determined by multiple factors. Home games against the Twins' biggest rivals will fetch a higher price because of demand from fans. For example, Twins game tickets against the best teams in the MLB or divisional opponents, especially the Chicago White Sox, will likely have a higher average ticket price because it is a marquee event on the schedule. Your best bet for cheap Twins tickets will be to find a game with less demand. Additionally, the best seats in Target Field or an away stadium for a Minnesota Twins game are going to cost more. Typically, the further from the field you sit, the lower the cost.
The 162-game regular season in the MLB starts in April and ends in October. For teams that make the playoffs, games can last through November depending on how far they advance. Spring training starts at the end of February and ends before the regular season starts in April. This means you can watch Minnesota Twins baseball throughout the year.
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