REGGIE TALES Catching Up
A lot has happened since we last talked:
*Rob Lowe's Oklahoma City Thunder are one game away from losing the NBA Finals.
*I went to a Twins game at Target Field in Minneapolis, and, of course, they ... Posted on 6/20/12 at 10:20 AM
STAFF BLOG GOETHE'S SPORTS BLOG Thoughts on ALDS Game 1
I attended last night's Yankees-Twins playoff game, which was the first postseason game in the history of Target Field. The Yankees took Game 1 of the American League Division Series to get a 1-0 lead... Posted on 10/7/10 at 1:59 PM
LAGNIAPPE: A FOOD BLOG Take me out to the ballgame
Over the past weekend, Hubby Bryan and I made our first foray to Target Field. Despite a glitch with our hotel reservation (I will never use a certain Internet-based hotel reservation site again!), i... Posted on 8/18/10 at 5:00 AM
STAFF BLOG HAVING A ROUND WITH... ROB BEER Can't have it both ways now...
If you're griping about the Twins not having a roof, you're a couple years late to the party.
Wednesday's game, played mostly through rain, is something Minnesota fans haven't had to deal with since 1... Posted on 4/14/10 at 9:33 PM
MONKE BUSINESS Sweet photo at Target Field
Forum Photo Editor Michael Vosburg, an long-time colleague of mine, took this photo Monday at the Minnesota Twins' regular-season opener at Target Field. On The Dickinson Press Web site, you can ... Posted on 4/12/10 at 8:19 PM
Sanford Health’s marketing chief said Friday he didn’t anticipate the level of controversy over a Sanford sign being hung on the Target Center façade overlooking the new Target Field in Minneapolis, much to the chagrin of the Minnesota Twins.
MINNEAPOLIS - Section 317 at Target Field is about as high as it gets in the new Minnesota Twins baseball stadium. Ryan Sorby stood near the railing, the skyline of Minneapolis standing tall in the distance.
MINNEAPOLIS – Frank Viola stood in the home dugout at brand new Target Field and looked out at the downtown skyline just beyond the right-field wall. He could only chuckle as he remembered his playing days for the Minnesota Twins in the shabby Metrodome.
Jon Krawczynski / AP Baseball Writer
, April 13, 2010
Minneapolis - The 65-degree first pitch weather – with light winds at about 10 mph – was practically ideal for mid-April, so Richard McDonald’s cutting edge design work in field systems wasn’t needed at Target Field on Monday afternoon.
The long wait for the opening of Target Field ends this Friday.
The Minnesota Twins square off against the St. Louis Cardinals in an exhibition series Friday and Saturday. It marks the first time major leaguers will play in the new ballpark.
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