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Minnesota Twins Tickets – 14 is Lucky
The 2014 Minnesota Twins are defending their AL Central title, hoping to end a streak of a dozen straight post-season losses. They’d also like to get back to the World Series after a two decade absence. Luckily, the team returns basically intact, and should be in better shape as key players return from injuries. The Minnesota Twins schedule is going to be a tough one, and Twins tickets are a proven winner. Come experience the atmosphere of Target Field, the thrill of Major League Baseball, and the excitement of great seats with Minnesota Twins tickets from Frontrow.com.
Minnesota Twins Tickets – Target Field FunThe Minnesota Twins can boast of one of the highest attendance rates in Major League Baseball. Twins tickets can be hard to come by late in the season when the Twins are making a run, or even early when those big AL central games with the White Sox and the Detroit Tigers. But pick a Minnesota Twins game and Frontrow.com will land you great seating in Target Field. The 2014 season could finally see the Minnesota Twins get their shot at another World Series. Don’t miss out; reserve your Twins tickets now.
2011 Minnesota Twins Preview
The Minnesota Twins have been a good baseball team over a long period of time, having won six AL Central Championships in the past nine years. But they’ve never been able to get deep into the playoffs and won their last World Series back in 1991. But with a team that appears to be very close to World Series caliber, the Minnesota Twins don’t need a whole lot of tweaking. In fact, the 2011 Twins will benefit from the return of in-house talents like Justin Morneau, who was batting .345 before suffering a concussion, and catcher Joe Mauer, who also missed time because of injury.
If Twins ticket holders want anything, it a pitcher on which they can hang their hats. As usual, Minnesota avoided the free agent market and the team is looking within to improve their pitching. Candidates for the top spot in the rotation include Carl Pavano (18-11), and Francisco Liriana (14-10), along with Brian Duensing. Someone will have to step up. The bullpen is in good shape with Matt Capps and Brian Fuentes both proven closers.
Detroit Tigers (84-66) at Minnesota Twins (63-87), 8:10 p.m. (ET)
(SportsNetwork.com) - The Detroit Tigers try to pad their lead in the American League Central and win for the fifth straight time on Tuesday when they continue a three-game series with the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Detroit continued to roll in Monday's ...
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Twins Injury Update: Tommy Milone's MRI shows no structural damage
Sports Injury Alert
The Minnesota Twins fell to the Detroit Tigers on Monday by the score of 8-6. The loss dropped the Twins to 63-87 on the season, last in the American League Central. Although 6th in the Major Leagues in runs scored, the Twins have been derailed by a staff ...
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Detroit Tigers Need Elite Version of Max Scherzer at His Best Down the Stretch
Sports Media 101
The Royals won, stunning the White Sox late, while the Tigers, looking like a lock to win most of the night, had to fight off the Minnesota Twins in the ninth inning with a barrage of home runs. With a 6-0 lead through the middle innings, the game was looking ...
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Tigers look for fifth straight win Tuesday night
The Detroit Tigers aren't getting caught looking ahead to the weekend's crucial series against Kansas City, instead doing everything they can to maintain their slim AL Central lead against the last-place Minnesota Twins. Detroit looks to win a fifth straight game ...
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Hunter, Cabrera Homer In 9th; Tigers Top Twins 8-6
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Torii Hunter and Miguel Cabrera hit back-to-back home runs in the ninth inning to help the Detroit Tigers tighten their grip on the American League Central by winning their fourth straight game, 8-6 over the Minnesota Twins on Monday ...
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