Coming off their first playoff appearance since 2010 and featuring first-time Gold Glove winners in Brian Dozier and Byron Buxton, the Minnesota Twins will look to further build on their recent success. To start their home slate, the 2018 Twins schedule features a league-high 12-game home stand. They will face the Seattle Mariners (April 5, 7-8), World Series champion Houston Astros (April 9-11), Chicago White Sox (April 12-15) and Cleveland Indians (April 17-18). They’ll play their final 11 games before the All-Star break at home, against the Baltimore Orioles (July 5-8), Royals (July 9-11) and the Tampa Bay Rays (July 12-15). You can also see a Wild Card Playoff rematch from September 10-12, as Twins vs Yankees tickets are starting at $21. On its interleague schedule for the season, Minnesota will play the Cincinnati Reds (April 27-29), St. Louis Cardinals (May 15-16), Milwaukee Brewers (May 18-20) and Pittsburgh Pirates (August 14-15) at Target Field.
TicketCity's Target Field Seating Recommendation
You can view the entire field from the field level sections along the third base line, although there is a bit of a raise in the right field corner if you’re going to sit down the first base line at Target Field.
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Minnesota Twins Baseball at Target Field Address: 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 55403
The Twins play their home games at Target Field, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. When filled to capacity, Target Field holds nearly 40,000 screaming Twins fans. On your way to the ballpark stroll down Target Plaza, which features statues of all-time Twins greats Harmon Killebrew, Tony Olivia, Rod Carew and Kirby Puckett. The Minnesota Twins dugout is on the first base line of Target Field in front of section 1-6. Target Field parking information is covered in our Twins event guide.
Twins vs. White Sox
This is the premier rivalry for the Twins and these two teams have been needles in each other’s sides for over a century. The rivalry dates back to 1901 when the Twins were still the Washington Nationals, and has been going strong ever since. Both clubs were founding members of the AL West, and moved together to the AL Central in 1994. Since then they have combined for almost 10 divisional titles, and are consistently considered in the top 10 rivalries in baseball.
Twins vs. Brewers
Formerly a divisional rivalry, this game has evolved into one of the better interleague games in the Midwest. For 3 seasons from 1994 to 1997 the Brewers and Twins shared the AL Central. But in 1998 the Brewers moved to the National League, and the interleague rivalry was born. The proximity of both teams to each other often means the stands have fans from both clubs and the atmosphere is one of sportsmanship and state pride.
Minnesota Twins in the World Series, American League Championship Series and MLB Playoffs
The Minnesota Twins became one of the most consistent teams in Major League Baseball from 2000-2010. Using a low payroll, the Twins competed with the large market teams with high success as they won six division titles during that span. Minnesota has won multiple World Series titles and AL pennants in their history to go along with their 9+ division titles. The Twins will only add to that number in the years to come.
What time do the gates open prior to a Twins game?
Monday through Thursday gates open 90 minutes before the first pitch at Target Field. Gates open 2 hours before games on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday.
Where are good places to eat before a Twins game?
Minneapolis has some great dining options. 112 Eatery, and Cosmos are two American food restaurants that have great atmospheres and are perfect for all the foodies out there. If you would rather spend pre-game at a sports bar, try Mac’s Industrial Sports Bar & Grill, The Hole Sports Lounge, or Manning’s Restaurant. Six One Two ‘Cue, and Baldy’s BBQ Dinkytown are two of the best barbeque joints in Minnesotta, and only a short distance from Target Field. If you are looking to try something new, check out The Bachelor Farmer. This Scandinavian-American fusion has a unique menu, but is on the higher end of the price scale. Zelo, Bar La Grassa, and Rinata Restaurant are three Italian food places that are worth visiting. Other great places in the area are Kafe 421, Sapor Café, and Brasa Rotisserie.
Where is the best place to park at Target Field?
There are a few great parking options at Target Field. The most convenient parking area is Parking Ramp B located to the east of the stadium on the west side of 5th and 2nd. On the south side of the stadium in between 7th and 10th streets is Parking Ramp A, which is another convenient location or parking. On the north side of the stadium is the Rapid Parking Lot which is sandwiched between 5th and Washington Avenue. If you are not afraid of a walk, try one of the many privately owned lots that can be found in downtown Minneapolis.
Does my child need a ticket to attend a Twins game?
Children under 30 inches tall are allowed to enter Target Field without a ticket for regular season games, but must sit on a guardian’s lap for the duration of the game. Any child over 30 inches tall must have a ticket to enter the stadium, and children of all heights must have a ticket to enter Target Field during the postseason.