Minnesota Twins: 10 Things You Don't Know About Target Field

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Minnesota Twins: 10 Things You Don't Know About Target Field
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Twins baseball all started outdoors in 1961 at Metropolitan Stadium in suburban Bloomington, Minnesota. In 1982, the Twins moved the party indoors to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in beautiful downtown Minneapolis. Then in 2010, the team moved a couple blocks away to the crown jewel of baseball, Target Field.

This upcoming season is the third season the Twins call Target Field home, but we are all still adjusting to the new digs.

Many know that the construction of Target Field basically saved the team from contraction, but did you know the main flag pole over right field is the same flag pole that was at the old Met?

Join me on a cavalcade of fun facts about the beautiful home of the Minnesota Twins.

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