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3/26/15 - The Minnesota Twins have a 9-12 record in the Grapefruit League with just a few games left in spring training. They’re on a two game losing streak, with losses against the Rays (1-2) and the Red Sox, which went into the tenth inning with a final score of 4-5. Twins’ pitcher Tommy Malone gave up six hits and three runs in five innings. The Twins have a Saturday (3/28) game at Hammond Stadium against the Philadelphia Phillies. Tickets start at $17. In the upcoming week, the Twins have home games on Tuesday (3/31) against the New York Yankees, on Wednesday and Thursday against the Boston Red Sox. Tickets for the Red Sox games start at $10. Don’t miss out on America’s game. Get your tickets now!

3/17/15 - The Minnesota Twins moved up to first place in the Grapefruit League with a 7-3-2 record. They’ve won four of their last five games, with a draw against the Cardinals. In the most recent game against the Baltimore Orioles, Twins’ SS Eduardo Escobar hit a grand slam in the sixth. The Twins won the game, 10-9. The Twins’ upcoming games feature the Pittsburgh Pirates on Friday (3/20), and the Baltimore Orioles on Saturday. On Tuesday (3/24) the Twins host the Toronto Blue Jays. Tickets for Saturday’s and Tuesday’s games start at $16. Wednesday (3/25) the Tampa Bay Rays come to face the Twins. Get your tickets starting at $10. Don’t miss the game on Friday (3/27) when the Pittsburgh Pirates get another chance to play the Twins.
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3/12/15 - The Minnesota Twins have a 4-3-1 record after a week of games in the Grapefruit League. They won their last game against the Miami Marlins at 7-6, even though the Marlins scored four runs in the second inning. Twins’ pitcher Phil Hughes, who didn’t even make it two innings, gave up a three-run homer to Miami. The Twins have a Sunday (3/15) home game against the St. Louis Cardinals. Tickets start at $66, and what better way to end the weekend with a relaxing game of baseball? On Wednesday (3/18), the Twins have another home game, this time against the Baltimore Orioles. You can get tickets starting at $22. A Friday (3/20) game against the Pittsburgh Pirates rounds out the week. Don’t miss any of the action!

3/5/15 - In their exhibition game against the college team of the Minnesota Gophers, the Minnesota Twins didn’t make it easy. The B squad of the Twins won the game 3-1. Now that the Grapefruit League has begun, the Twins will have to bring their A game as they host the Baltimore Orioles on Sunday (3/8) at Hammond Stadium. Tickets start at $43, and you’ll have the chance to how the Twins are shaping up for the regular MLB season. Come out for the local favorites on Wednesday (3/11) when the Twins host the Tampa Bay Rays. Take a half day off work, and enjoy a game on the field. Tickets are only $16 and up. On Thursday, the Miami Marlins join the Twins in their spring training games.

2/26/15 - Spring training is less than a week away for the Minnesota Twins and everyone is getting excited. On Sunday, Feb. 22rd, the Twins were at an open house and ribbon cutting to meet with fans, which only added to the excitement. Enthusiasts could even take pictures with the MLB team. They will be back on the field again starting March 4th and you could be there to cheer them to victory for as little as $3. Be sure to take advantage of the inexpensive opportunities to see your team live that the preseason provides. The Twins will be hosting 17 home games throughout March and early April before the official season begins on April 6th. The Twins will not have their home opener until April 13th however, a full week later.

2/3/15 - The Minnesota Twins have finished coming to terms with the players eligible for arbitration. The final contract was with Brian Duensing, a southpaw reliever pitcher who agreed to a one-year contract for $2.7 million. The other arbitration-eligible players included Eduardo Nunez, Tommy Milone, Casey Fien, Trevor Plouffe, and Jordan Schafer. Plouffe was injured in September after a collision at third base, but he is set to be fully recovered for the 2015 season. The Twins have also brought in new players, including Tim Stauffer, who could become a setup reliever. The team will head to Spring Training soon, with the first game set for March 4, where they will play the Minnesota Golden Gophers Baseball team at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, Fl. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $3.

2014 Season

9/15/14 - At this point, the Minnesota Twins have officially fallen out of 2014 MLB playoff contention, but that doesn’t mean they can’t have an impact on what the postseason picture actually looks like! The Detroit Tigers are a mere 1.5 games ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs for top in their division, and Minnesota can play a hand in who is seeded where when the Twins host Detroit starting today. Get in for just $1- 2 from 9/15-9/17 against the Tigers—talk about a last minute deal. Score Minnesota Twins tickets this week and attend the final few games at Target Field this season!

9/4/14 - The Minnesota Twins are relegated to role of spoiler in this final month of regular season baseball, so expect some exciting upsets from this AL Central squad. The Minneapolis club will have the perfect opportunity to throw off a major contender, with today's game against the MLB-leading Los Angeles Angels. Score an awesome last minute deal and buy Minnesota Twins tickets for just $1 tonight at Target Field! The rest of the four-game series offers cheap get-in prices as well, costing a minimum of $5 on 9/5 and 9/7.

8/28/14 - Did you see the Minnesota Twins’ offensive explosion last week? In an insane split-series with the Detroit Tigers, the Twins busted out 42 runs in their first two match-ups and are just two games away from escaping the AL Central cellar. Minnesota has notched a worthy 10-13 record this month, and have now become a thorn in the side of postseason-hopeful teams down the stretch. Score Minnesota Twins tickets when they face the contending Kansas City Royals (get-in for $5 on 8/28) and Baltimore Orioles (get-in for $19 on 9/1) on the road over Labor Day Weekend.

8/21/14 - The Minnesota Twins may be out of playoff contention this year, but their future certainly looks bright! With the likes of Kennys Vargas showing a streak of brilliance in his major league debut, things can only get better for this clubhouse. In less than a month since being called up, the rookie has slugged three homeruns in 15 games for a .317 batting and .500 slugging average. See this future star take the plate with Minnesota Twins tickets today! Get into Target Field for a mere $14 on 8/22 and 8/23 to see if the Twins can thwart the visiting Detroit Tigers’ playoff hopes.

8/11/14 – The Minnesota Twins did more than just avoid a sweep by the Oakland Athletics this weekend, they also made some roster moves. Veteran right-hander Kevin Correia was handed to the Dodgers on Saturday night for a player to be named or cash. As a result, left-hander Tommy Milone was called up from Triple-A and will make his debut tonight at Houston. Don’t miss the youngster’s first pitch at Minute Maid Park; buy Minnesota Twins tickets for as little as $10 from Monday to Wednesday (8/11-8/13).

8/4/14 - The Minnesota Twins may have kissed their playoff picture goodbye, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have a say in who gets to have a postseason run! The Minnesota Twins gave fans quite a show this weekend, routing the Chicago White Sox two games to one. Danny Santana affirmed his place as a fan favorite, when the shortstop bumped his batting average up to .325 on his five-hit game yesterday. The Twins are coming into a tough week, with series against the unpredictable San Diego Padres, followed by a four-game road opener opposite Oakland.

7/28/14 – Minnesota Twins fans and players alike were excited to celebrate the 20th anniversary of classic baseball movie “Little Big League” that centered on the Twin City clubhouse. Like the movie, the front office is ready to make some changes as the Twins have made it clear they will be sellers come Thursday’s MLB Trade Deadline. The market has already seen Kendrys Morales, and now Josh Willingham and Kurt Suzuki are viable targets. Buy Minnesota Twins tickets now because you may see new faces dotting the lineup by the end of the week.

7/21/14 – It looks like last week’s All-Star break stole some of the Minnesota Twins’ thunder. Minnesota's five wins in the last six games were obliterated by their first series to start the second half of the season. The Minnesota Twins were swept by the Tampa Bay Rays this past weekend and will face the Cleveland Indians next, a team that just defeated the AL Central leaders three games in a row. Seats at Target Field were super pricey during last week’s festivities, but you can spend as little as $7 on Minnesota Twins tickets this Tuesday (7/22) vs. Cleveland.

7/14/14 – The Minnesota Twins made their city shine heading into the All-Star break. The club has put up great showings recently, winning their series against the Seattle Mariners and the Colorado Rockies last week. Watch as the home team gets the second half of the season started on the right foot, with Minnesota Twins tickets. Pay just $12 to get-into Target Field on Friday (7/18) and Saturday (7/19). Compare this to the $207 minimum to get-into the venue for tomorrow night’s All-Star Game.

7/7/14 – The Twin Cities are getting ready to host the Midsummer Classic for the first time next week, and two Minnesota players have been selected to the American League All Star roster. Glen Perkins and first-timer Kurt Suzuki will represent the home team on July 15. Lock in All Star Game tickets for as low as $217, or buy All Star Home Run Derby tickets at the $11 minimum and have some fun on 7/14. Score Minnesota Twins tickets on the road leading up to the big break: pay $12 to get-in at the Seattle Mariners (7/9,7/10), or spend a super affordable $7 minimum at the Colorado Rockies (7/11, 7/12).

6/30/14 - The Minnesota Twins return home after six games on the road, a trip that reaped one victory; last night against Texas. The poor road showing came after Minnesota seemingly turned their season around at the midway point of the year. The optimism was earned after the club racked up four straight wins--all thanks to a momentous sweep of the Chicago White Sox. Minnesota will host the Kansas City Royals and New York Yankees this week. Twins tickets are cheapest this Wednesday when they host KC at Target Field; get-in for $8 on 7/2. Minnesota Twins tickets offer a $23-24 minimum for each of their four games against the New York Yankees this Fourth of July weekend. See fireworks blow on and off the diamond with Minnesota Twins tickets on July 4!

6/23/14 – The Minnesota Twins are enjoying a win streak after obliterating the White Sox in all four games, effectively putting an end to their previous five-game skid. Minnesota is beginning to rise out of their last-place position in the AL Central, and a chief player that has helped them achieve their recent ascension is Kendrys Morales, who will revisit his former stomping grounds when he pays a visit to Anaheim with his (relatively) new team. Despite the importance of their upcoming series against the Los Angeles Angels and the Texas Rangers, cheap Minnesota Twins tickets are increasingly easy to find! Twins tickets start at $5 on (6/24), then drop down to $3 (6/26-6/27) and finish on Sunday with an extremely affordable $1 get-in price (6/29).

6/17/14- The Minnesota Twins are looking to bounce back from yesterday’s loss to Boston; a game that marked their fourth shut out of the year, and posted a season-low three hits. Still, the Twins have improved their play over the last week, dominating in three straight games. Minnesota took two over the AL East–leading Blue Jays and one over AL Central–leading Detroit Tigers. Now tied with the White Sox at the bottom of the division, buy Minnesota Twins tickets and see if they can break the mold when they play Chicago this week! Get-in at Target Field for as low as $25 on 6/21.

6/9/14- Cuban-born slugger Kendrys Morales is looking to give the Minnesota Twins a hitting spark, having just been signed to a one-year deal. This big midseason signing shows fans and foes alike that the club is serious about contending this year (2.5 games back in wild card standing). Still, they’ll have to get through this week’s difficult opposition first: the Twins will square off against the Toronto Blue Jays at home, followed by a roadtrip to the Detroit Tigers. Minnesota Twins tickets are pricier this week, but you can still get-in for $5 when they visit Rogers Center on 6/10. Wait and buy Twins tickets for this Sunday's Father’s Day division game in Detroit; get-in for $34 at Comerica Park.

6/3/14 – Minnesota won two of three on the road against the New York Yankees, taking the series in Phil Hughes’ return. The right-hander held his former team to just three hits, retiring his final 15 batters to capture his sixth straight win. Thanks to a huge six-run ninth inning with hits from Josh Willingham and Brian Dozier, the Twins earned the victory. Minnesota played the first game of four against Milwaukee (2 road, 2 home) yesterday; Minnesota Twins tickets Wednesday (Dollar-A-Dog Day) and Thursday against the Brewers are averaging $58 when Nolasco takes the mound and a much steeper $84 to see Correia vs. Peralta. Be one of the first 10,000 fans (18+) and score a 1984 Twins Road Kirby Puckett Jersey at Thursday’s Twins game.

5/26/14 – Minnesota will look to get back to .500 this week after the San Francisco Giants swept the Twins over the weekend. Next up on the Minnesota Twins schedule? A four-game series against the Texas Rangers which begins today. Minnesota Twins tickets are super cheap with options from $4 (Thursday), $5 (Tuesday), and $4 (Wednesday) at Target Field. Thankfully, Josh Willingham and Oswaldo Arcia are expected back on the Twins roster after both outfielders suffered wrist injuries earlier this season. But unfortunately, Chris Colabello (with Chris Herrmann) was sent down to Triple-A Rochester to make room for the duo. Colabello played very well in April and is currently tied for 12th in the AL in RBIs.

5/19/14 – There was some great baseball to be had at Target Field last week starting with Chris Parmelee’s game-ending shot Tuesday to beat the Boston Red Sox 8-6 and finishing with Sid Hartman Day yesterday. Minnesota took both of their home series’ two games to one and will have just one days rest before their road trip in California begins. Watch the Twins in San Diego for as little as $14 tomorrow or $13 Wednesday; Twins tickets in San Francisco are even cheaper Friday at just $8 to get in at AT&T Park, then weekend prices hit for $18 Saturday and $29 Sunday.

5/14/14 - After division leading Detroit, the remaining four teams which comprise the American League Central Division are separated by just a single game. In the middle of this pack lie the Minnesota Twins, tied for third with the Chicago White Sox, six games behind the Tigers. The Twins were able to pick up some ground on the Tigers very recently, taking two out of three at Comerica Park this past weekend; one of the wins was by Phil Hughes, who outdueled tiger ace Justin Verlander for the win. Hughes has helped the Twins to win his last four straight starts, to bring his record to 4-1 in seven total starts this eeason. Offensively the Twins are getting contributions from a number of players so far, from Joe Mauer (tops in on-base percentage and hits), Kurt Suzuki (hitting exactly .300), and Brian Dozier, who has left the yard a team-high nine times so far this season.

5/5/14 - Last week, the Minnesota Twins found themselves on the wrong side of a sweep, dropping three to the Dodgers before picking themselves back up against the Orioles. Unfortunately, in Sunday's win against Baltimore, first baseman Joe Mauer was taken out due to back spasms; the star has improved but will miss at least one more game from the injury. Up next, the Twins will hit the road for four games against Cleveland and a series in Detroit. Minnesota Twins tickets are a real bargain this week: pay $2-4 to see them square off against the Indians (5/5-5/8).

4/29/14 - The previous two Minnesota Twins matches have been postponed due to rain and snow, but they are scheduled to pick things back up tomorrow against the Dodgers. After a three-day break, the Twins' overworked bullpen should feel refreshed to take on Los Angeles and further some winning momentum. In their last nine home contests, Minnesota has bagged seven victories, and are looking for their fifth win in seven games. See if their patient run-scoring lineup can get the ball rolling again with Minnesota Twins tickets. The get-in price for all three Dodger/Twins games is $2 or less (4/29-5/1).

4/21/14 - The Minnesota Twins have greatly improved their play, bumping their record up to 9-9 on the season for 3rd place in the AL Central. After winning their series over the Blue Jays and the Royals last week, the Twins dropped two to Kansas City over the weekend. Minnesota will finish off their road trip with three games against the Rays in Tampa Bay, before returning home to host the Detroit Tigers. The cheapest Minnesota Twins tickets fall on Thursday for $5 (vs. Tampa Bay) and Sunday for $8 (vs. Detroit).

4/15/14- The Minnesota Twins have had a hot and cold start to the season. They are tied in the AL for runs scored, hit the .500 mark at 6-6, and in their last two series, there were both the sweepers and sweepees. See if the Twins can level out and maintain their win streak when they host the Blue Jays and visit the Royals on the road this week. Even with their solid play, Minnesota Twins tickets are among the cheapest in the league: get-in for $1 across their entire series against Toronto (4/15-4/17).

4/8/14 - The Minnesota Twins had a roller coaster first week of baseball. The squad has taken a beating from injuries through just seven games: outfielders Oswaldo Arcia (wrist) and Josh Willingham (hand), and infielder Jason Bartlett (ankle) are sidelined until further notice. To compensate, Minnesota made an exchange with the Yankees, acquiring versatile infielder Eduardo Nunez for LHP Miguel Sulbaran on Monday. After losing their series against the Chicago White Sox, Minnesota bounced back with two wins over Cleveland and the Twins can claim their second series victory if they win-out over the Athletics tomorrow and Thursday—you can get-in for just $1 for both games (4/9-4/10). Next up is some stiff competition, as the Kansas City Royals will be visiting Target Field. Score Minnesota Twins tickets for as low as $5 on Friday (4/11) and $4 on Sunday (4/13).

4/1/14 - The Minnesota Twins experienced some Opening Day toils when they fell to the Chicago White Sox (3-5). Despite scoring a big offseason contract (four years, $49 million), the largest ever granted to a free agent in franchise history, Ricky Nolasco had a rough first day. The right-hander gave up five runs in six innings and was attributed the first loss of the year, but first-day jitters are over with now and the pitcher looks forward to better play in the next series. The Twins won't be home until next week when they face the Oakland Athletics on Monday (get in for $15). In the meantime, score cheap Minnesota Twins tickets on the road: see them take on the White Sox for $5 on Wednesday and Thursday, or catch them for their series against the Cleveland Indians in Ohio for as little as $8 (Sunday, 4/6).

3/25/14 - The Minnesota Teams aren't done with Spring Training just yet! There are tons of cheap Minnesota Twins tickets still available to purchase before they say farewell to the Grapefruit League. See them this Tuesday against Baltimore (get-in for $16), this Wednesday against Pittsburgh (get-in for $18), this Thursday against Minnesota (get-in for $19) and against Boston this Friday (get-in for $24) and Saturday (get-in for $19). The Twins will start their show on the road for Opening Day, heading over to US Cellular Field to take on the White Sox on March 31. Kick off the regular season with Minnesota Twins tickets: just $24 in Upper Reserve to welcome baseball back!

3/18/14 - Though the Twins were one of the final teams involved in the bidding war for pitcher Ervin Santana, Minnesota could not ultimately reel him in, and the veteran chose the Atlanta Braves organization. For now, RHP Ricky Nolasco is projected to take the mound and get the season going in the right direction when Minnesota travels to Chicago for Opening Day. The March 31 game against the White Sox marks the first regular season game of the year, and is averaging $93—but you can score much cheaper Minnesota Twins tickets if you catch them before the end of Spring Training! There are a handful of games this week with great prices, including: $41 against Tampa Bay (3/18), $29 against the Mets (3/21) and $32 against the Yankees (3/22).

3/10/14 - The Minnesota Twins lost starting pitcher Kris Medlen on Sunday to a right forearm strain, and he will be further evaluated this week to ensure the right-hander (who underwent Tommy John surgery three years ago) did not sustain a serious elbow injury. Preparing for the worst, the Twins have reportedly gone after Ervin Santana on the free agent market, offering him a three-year deal. Can they land the final top player left on the market? Minnesota Twins tickets are the cheapest this week when Baltimore visits on Friday (get-in for $14), and are at their highest when Pittsburgh visits this Wednesday (get –in for $38).

3/3/14 - The Minnesota Twins snapped their two game win-streak (both over the Boston Red Sox) with a loss to the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday. All eyes were on Ricky Nolasco—winner of the biggest free-agent deal in Minnesota history—who, despite the loss, made the most of his Spring Training debut with two scoreless innings. Yesterday Wilkin Ramirez hammered a three-run homer in the Twins' 9-2 win over the Orioles. Minnesota Twins tickets are hot for Week 2 of Spring Training, with a $19 get-in price against the Orioles (3/5), a $21 get-in price against the Cardinals (3/6), and a $28 get-in price against the Twins (3/9).

2/25/14 - The Minnesota Twins' starting rotation has vastly improved since last year, when their starting pitchers combined for the worst ERA in the Majors and relievers racked up the fewest innings in the entire league. The Twins paid a pretty penny to fix this abysmal situation in the offseason, and now, set-up man Jared Burton thinks the rotation is "under the radar [as] one of the top three pens in the majors." Minnesota looks good on paper, but see if all the hype pays off with Minnesota Twins tickets this spring! Tickets are $43 on average to see the Twins in Fort Meyers this year.

2/11/14 - The Minnesota Twins' Spring Training commencement has taken a sobering turn, with the diagnosis of General Manager Terry Ryan with cancer. Though the prognosis is optimistic, the GM has taken leave from his position to deal with treatment and recovery. The Twins will try harder than ever to make their GM proud, and the worthy amount of money Minnesota spent this offseason to improve the pitching situation should prove fruitful. What's more, top-10 prospects Byron Buxton (OF) and Miguel Sano (IF) should be exciting to watch this spring as they could get thunderous rookie starts this year. Score Minnesota Twins tickets for $32 and see them take on the World Series champions in Florida (3/1).

1/29/14 - The Minnesota Twins were struggling these last couple seasons, with an aging veteran lineup and woeful starting rotation that dragged them under .500 for the last two years. After this winter, the front office has greatly improved this AL Central team by signing a number of returning players, experienced arms (Ricky Nolasco and Phil Hughes), and a fresh crop of talented prospects (Miguel Sano) that you have to see in person. Score some Minnesota Twins tickets for Spring Training this year at just $39 on average!

After winning AL Central titles two years in row (2009-10), the Minnesota Twins are finishing their third consecutive losing season and their second season 30 games under .500. The primary weakness for the Twins lies in their limp pitching rotation and aging veteran lineup, but all that changed in the offseason. With Spring Training rapidly approaching, Minnesota fans should be excited to know that their team has seemingly taken care of all these issues this winter!

First, Minnesota signed Phil Hughes from New York, and free agent Ricky Nolasco to their desperate starting rotation. Now, the Twins are welcoming back reliever Matt Guerrier, who joins Jason Bartlett and Jason Kubel from the AL Central-title-winning squad from 2004-07. Their impressive group of prospects are headed by Slugger Miguel Sano, who will be moving up from the minor leagues this year, and is one of the top five prospects in MLB. Things are looking up for this talented franchise!

2013 Season

4/5/13 – Twins fans are likely basking in the joy that their team took 2 of 3 from the Detroit Tigers to open up the 2013 season. Although Minnesota dropped Game 1 in front of a sellout crowd at Target Field Monday, Twins fans witnessed a come from behind victory in Game 2 with a stellar debut from starter Kevin Correia. It was just the fifth time (of 20 tries) that the Twins beat the Tigers in the past 2 years at home. When the Twins return home, hopefully to warmer temperatures for the fans sake, they’ll host the New York Mets and Los Angeles Angels; then later, both the Miami Marlins and Texas Rangers. Every Twins game this month has tickets for $15 or less.

After winning the American League's Central Division in 2010, their first year in Target Field, their new outdoor playpen, the Minnesota Twins found themselves sinking to the very bottom of the division in 2011 and 2012, ending up some 22 games off the pace set by the Detroit Tigers. Offensively, the Twins are led by catcher Joe Mauer, and outfielder Josh Willingham. Mauer's "slash line" of .319/.416/.446 (batting average/on-base percentage/slugging percentage) was tops on the Twins for batting average and on-base percentage, while Mauer finished second to Willingham in slugging percentage and OPS (on-base plus slugging). Willingham by far was the Twins power leader, with 35 longballs and 110 runs batted in. Ben Revere led in triples and stolen bases. On the bump, only one Twins starter had enough innings to qualify for earned-run average honors, Scott Diamond. Diamond was the Twins leader in wins with 12, and a 3.54 ERA. After Diamond, though, the Twins will face some difficulty cobbling together a competent starting rotation. Twins fans are hoping manager Ron Gardenhire can work some magic at Target Field and return baseball relevance to Minneapolis.

Twins Spring Training tickets to see the team play in Florida are second cheapest in the League averaging $28. Twins baseball tickets for the regular season are almost three-times the cost of Spring Training tickets. The most expensive Target Field tickets are those for the New York Yankees series in the beginning of July. The rivalry series against the Chicago White Sox in August is the second most expensive series averaging $99 a seat.

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