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About the Minnesota Twins

Minnesota Twins Tickets

Few MLB team names have as much meaning as the Minnesota Twins. Sure, it’s not hard to guess that the team is named for the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, but their moniker goes much deeper than that – right down to the team’s origin on the East Coast.

The team was founded in D.C. as the Washington Nationals. Or the Washington Senators. No one could really decide, so they went by two “twin” names for decades. In 1959, they officially became the Senators – only to move to Minneapolis two years later and take on yet another a new name. Meanwhile, the new Washington Senators expansion team moved to Texas to become the Rangers. There wouldn’t be a Washington Nationals again until the Expos moved down from Montreal in 2005.


The Official Move

The Twins finally became the team they are today in 1961, and success was almost immediate. Players like Jim Perry, Jim Kaat, Rod Carew, Bob Allison, Harmon Killebrew, Zoilo Versalles, and Tony Oliva drove the twins to a 1965 pennant win that set the tone for the team going forward.

The '80s and '90s would see even more success for the newly-established Twins, with a World Series win in each decade. The Kirby Puckett years were great for Minnesota, especially with the help of star players like Frank Viola, Burt Blyleven, and Kent “Herbie” Hrbek.


Thoroughly Modern Minnesota Twins

While perhaps not at the top of their game today, the Twins are still a force to be reckoned with. It hasn’t been that long since the team dominated the Central Division with six wins in ten years from 2001 to 2010. The past decade has been hit or miss, but the team continues to fight toward a World Series win, with eager fans cheering them on.


Frequently Asked Questions

Where do the Twins play?

The Twins play their home games at Target Field, a relatively new ballpark in the North Loop neighborhood of Minneapolis. This popular open-air park has even won accolades from ESPN Magazine for providing the best baseball stadium experience in America. Not too shabby for a 39,000-plus seat stadium!


When do Twins tickets go on sale?

Twins tickets go on sale well before the season starts. Fans can scoop up Twins tickets months in advance to see the team play at Target Field or on the road. There’s really no rush to check out the Twins’ schedule and decide which games you’d like to see.


Is it better to buy Twins tickets in advance?

With Twins tickets being available so far ahead of time, it’s easy to buy tickets whenever you want – but there’s little need to plan ahead. You can often get cheap last-minute tickets to Twins games by waiting to make your purchase until the very last minute. As game day gets closer and sellers drop their prices, fans reap the benefits.


What’s the best way to buy cheap Twins tickets?

The best way to buy cheap Twins tickets, or really any cheap last-minute sports tickets, is always going to be from the types of platforms that connect fans and resellers online. These ticket marketplace often have some of the lowest prices and are the easiest way to shop for cheap Twins tickets. Can you buy Twins tickets at Target Field? Sure – but you’ll likely be paying a higher price than you need to!  


Why should I choose Gametime over other ticket marketplaces?

Ticket marketplaces are the best place to find sports tickets. And when it comes to cheap Twins tickets, Gametime is a no-brainer. Seats bought through us are affordable because we charge some of the lowest service fees anywhere. On top of that, we show you the view from the seats you’re shopping for thanks to our panoramic seat view photos. You’ll never have to buy seats blind with Gametime – you’ll know what your view at Target Field will be before you buy those cheap Twins tickets.

So the next time you’re in the market for cheap Twins tickets, turn to Gametime.

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