The Minnesota Twins playoff history goes back to when the team was still known as the Washington Senators. The Twins (Senators) reached their first World Series in 1924, a 4-3 series victory over the then New York Giants. The Twins (Senators) returned to the Fall Classic a year later, this time falling to the Pittsburgh Pirates. Since relocating to Minnesota in 1961, the Minnesota Twins have had sporadic success in the post season. Following a playoff drought from 1971-1986, the Twins achieved their first major playoff success in Minnesota, defeating the Tigers and Cardinals in route to their 1st World Series title in over 60 years. The 1987 Minnesota Twins playoff success led to a rebirth of baseball fan-hood in Minnesota, something that helped the team bring home another World Series title only 4 years later. Since 2000, the Twins have won a number of AL Central titles to produce multiple playoff teams. Seeing a Minnesota Twins playoff victory at Target Field is on the list of Twins fans around the world. Score with TicketCity – the place to go for Minnesota Twins playoff tickets.
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The Minnesota Twins will look to bring a 4th World Series trophy back to Minnesota in 2016. For the Twins to win another ALCS they will have to advance through a tough American league playoff schedule. The Minnesota Twins 2016 playoff schedule will be determined by the Twins final standings after the 2016 MLB regular season. That ranking will determine the Twins opponent, as well as which 2016 playoff games will be played at Target Field over the course of the post season. Minnesota Twins playoff ticket prices are influenced by the release of the playoff schedule and will rise and fall based opponent, series, and game.
- 2010: Lost ALDS (Yankees)
- 2009: Lost ALDS (Yankees)
Minnesota Twins Playoff Event Guide
How much are 2016 Minnesota Twins Playoff Tickets?
The Minnesota Twins have made frequent appearences in the MLB playoffs since 2000, and Minnesota Twins playoff ticket prices have fluctuated based on this success. Twins playoff ticket prices are determined by the market, and are generally more expensive when the Twins matchup with a division rival, or if the team advances to the later rounds of the American League playoffs.
Where can I buy cheap 2016 Minnesota Twins Playoff Tickets?
TicketCity has a large inventory of Minnesota Twins home and away playoff tickets. Our inventory includes some of the top seats at Target Field, at some of the most competitive prices on the market.
What was the best Minnesota Twins Playoff team of all time?
The Minnesota Twins won their first World Series title in 1924 and have produced a number of fantastic playoff teams throughout the years. Possibly the best of these Minnesota Twins playoff teams came around in 1991. Led by legendary manager Tom Kelly, and players like Jack Morris and Chuck Knoblauch, the Twins won a thrilling 7 games series against the Atlanta Braves to win their 2nd World Series title in 5 years.
Does my child need a ticket to a 2016 Minnesota Twins Playoff Game?
For Minnesota Twins playoff games at Target Field, children under 30 inches tall will be allowed into the stadium without requiring a ticket. If your child is over 30 inches tall, they will need to have a valid Minnesota Twins playoff ticket to enter Target Field.