Twins Will Ramp Target Field Up to Full Capacity Using 3-Stage Plan That Starts Friday

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The Minnesota Twins are expanding their capacity limit at Target Field to a full house and it will happen in three steps. Starting immediately (May 13), capacity limits will increase to 60%. Then in June, they’ll ramp it up to 80%, before giving it the full-go on July 5. That will give the Twins 40 games with the possibility of a full stadium. But they might want to start winning if they want to see that dream come to fruition.

Team Statement (via press release)

“Our fans are what make baseball great, as they truly transform Target Field into our home ballpark, and a day or evening at the Twins game into lifelong memories,” said club President & CEO Dave St. Peter. “To that end, we are grateful that our state and region continue to be on a path toward improved health and a return to normalcy, and we are absolutely thrilled to begin our measured, responsible and safe ramp up to 100 percent capacity at the ballpark. We look forward to continue bringing our community together through Twins baseball this season, and we cannot wait to see – and hear – a full house at Target Field.”

If interested in buying some of these newly available seats, here’s a link to the Twins’ official ticket sales page.

Minnesota Sports Fan