Tickets to the Minnesota Twins

EventDateCity and Venue
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Fri. July 20, 2018
Kansas City, MO - Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Sat. July 21, 2018
Kansas City, MO - Kauffman Stadium
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Sun. July 22, 2018
Kansas City, MO - Kauffman Stadium
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins Mon. July 23, 2018
Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins Tue. July 24, 2018
Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins Wed. July 25, 2018
Toronto, ON - Rogers Centre
Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Thu. July 26, 2018
Boston, MA - Fenway Park
Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Fri. July 27, 2018
Boston, MA - Fenway Park
Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Sat. July 28, 2018
Boston, MA - Fenway Park
Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Sun. July 29, 2018
Boston, MA - Fenway Park
Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians Mon. July 30, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians Tue. July 31, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Indians Wed. August 1, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Fri. August 3, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Sat. August 4, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Sun. August 5, 2018
Minneapolis, MN - Target Field
Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins Mon. August 6, 2018
Cleveland, OH - Progressive Field
Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins Tue. August 7, 2018
Cleveland, OH - Progressive Field
Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins Wed. August 8, 2018
Cleveland, OH - Progressive Field
Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins Thu. August 9, 2018
Cleveland, OH - Progressive Field
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Fri. August 10, 2018
Detroit, MI - Comerica Park
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Sat. August 11, 2018
Detroit, MI - Comerica Park

Going to the ballpark to see the Minnesota Twins play is always a memorable time. From the first inning to the last, each strike out, stolen base and homerun, make every MLB game exciting. We offer just about any MLB ticket you want, from box seats and group tickets, to behind home plate, first base, or third base seats to club passes, or upper and lower level tickets, you'll find a huge selection here. We also have Minnesota Twins infield and outfield tickets and cheap bleacher seats too.

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About The Minnesota Twins

The Minnesota Twins and manager Tom Kelly squared off against the Atlanta Braves and manager Bobby Cox in the 1991 World Series. Many baseball experts and fans regard the '91 series as the greatest of all-time. In the seven-game series, five games were decided by one run and three went into extra innings. Minnesota Twins won their third World Series championship in the bottom of the tenth inning when pinch-hitter Gene Larkin drove in Dan Gladden for the game's only run. Twins pitcher Jack Morris, who won Games 1 and 7, was chosen as series MVP. There were seven Twins on the 1991 World Series team that also played on Minnesota's 1987 championship team: Larkin, Gladden, Kirby Puckett, Kent Hrbek, Greg Gagne, Randy Bush, and Al Newman. The Twins also won the 1924 World Series.

The Twins were founded in 1894 in Kansas City. In 1901, the franchise moved to Washington D.C. and became one of the eight charter members of the American League. In 1960, the league was going to expand to Minneapolis but the owner of the Washington franchise at the time asked if his team could relocate to Minnesota and the expansion franchise be awarded to Washington D.C. The league agreed. The "Twins" began playing in Minnesota starting in 1961 season.

Twins tickets are sold to Target Field located in downtown Minneapolis. The stadium has a seating capacity of 39,504 and was built for $545 million. The team is aligned in the Central Division of the American League. The club's main rivals are the Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, and Cleveland Indians. Some of the Twins prominent players over the years, whether the team was in Minnesota or Washington D.C., include Puckett, Hrbek, Rod Carew, Harmon Killebrew, Goose Goslin, Bucky Harris, and Sam Rice. Walter Johnson played 21 years for the franchise when they were located in Washington D.C. The hall of famer is one of the greatest pitchers of all-time. When he retired in 1927, Johnson had won 417 games, amassed 3,508 strike outs, and pitched 110 shutouts.

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