After 28 long seasons spent cooped up inside a big Teflon bubble the Minnesota Twins will be moving to an exquisite new ballpark for the 2010 season.
Target Field figures to provide the Twins with not only a much better playing environment, but also much larger revenue streams.
The club has already made the most of the revenue increase by bumping the payroll nearly $40 million over last year’s Opening Day payroll. The on-field results, however, are a wait in progress.
The move will obviously have a large impact on the ball club, but also on the fans that have trekked to the Metrodome for the better part of three decades.
With that in mind, here are six things that fans will miss about the Metrodome.