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The Minnesota Twins decided to switch up their batting order Tuesday night against the Orioles, giving the first at bat to first baseman Joe Mauer. After being outscored 44-21 in the previous six games, manager Paul Molitor thinks Mauer’s stellar on-base percentage and his team-leading batting average might just be what the Twins need to shake things up. “I’m going to try to have good at-bats tonight like I normally would,” the first baseman commented about taking the lead role. Minnesota will face the next two series on the road against the Indians and the Tigers. They’ll be back at Target Field on May 19 to face the Blue Jays.
Although the Minnesota Twins were unable to avoid a sweep in their recent road series against the Washington Nationals, they did managed to snap their general losing streak last night. In their homecoming against the Cleveland Indians, the Twins managed to outscore the visiting team 4-3 with a thrilling finish in the bottom of the ninth inning. Cleveland scored a third run in the top of the eighth inning to tie the game, however Minnesota was able to avoid extra innings with a single run in the bottom of the ninth. It was the exclamation point on a much-needed victory. Their next game against the Indians is tonight. We still have tickets available for $4 and up.
As Opening Day quickly approaches, the Minnesota Twins are feeling good about their chances of making the post-season for the first time in six years. In their penultimate Spring Training game, the Twins beat the Blue Jays 4-3. Ervin Santana started on the mound and lasted for 4 1/3 innings and only allowed three runs off of six hits. He had three strikeouts and two walks. Danny Santanta helped out by getting two RBIS and three hits. Oswaldo Arcia had a one-out RBI single that was the game-winning run. On March 31, the Twins play the Red Sox in their final Spring Training game and then play the Nationals in two exhibition games. You can still get tickets for $6 and up.
3/17/16 - With the Minnesota Twins approaching the new season, they are getting ready in the preseason. So far, they have won seven matchups and lost six. We are just three weeks away from the new season kicking off, but the Twins will not have their home opener until April 11th, when they will host the Chicago White Sox. Tickets for that exciting game start at $38. In the meantime, however, be sure to get tickets for a preseason game to see how the Twins are coming along. Up next, they will be hosting the New York Yankees on March 20th. Tickets are available starting at just $28. Get ready to see the Minnesota Twins in action this year.
9/23/15 - The Minnesota Twins have had a wild ride during the month of September. Just last week, the Twins were fighting to pull out of their five-game losing streak. Luckily, during their third game against the Los Angeles Angels, the Twins had some things go their way and they left their home field with an 8-1 victory. Their next match up was against the Cleveland Indians for a three-game series and the Twins added two of three games to their winning record. Watch them live as they hit the diamond against the Detroit Tigers this weekend. All games will be held at the Comerica Park in Detroit, MI, but tickets are still available to purchase. Ticket prices start around $5 each so don’t miss your chance to get in on all of the action.
9/16/15 - The Minnesota Twins remain second in the AL Central division and just 1.5 games behind the wild card spot despite some recent loses against the Tigers. They easily beat the Tigers 7-1 in the first of three games, but the Tigers came back swinging the next night and won a close game with a final score of 5-4. The final game was again close and went to extra innings until the Tigers scored three in the top of the 12th and the Twins were unable to equalize. The Twins host the Angels for a four game series starting on the 17th. They will be looking to add some more wins to increase their chance of a wild card spot. You can still get tickets to see them play, with prices starting at $7.
9/9/15 - The Minnesota Twins are having an unusual run of matches. They saw a nice little winning streak midway through last week, but since heading out on the road, they have been winning only half their games. In fact, they have won every other matchup for the last six games. While it may be disappointing, they are still holding their own, which is very important at this late point in the season. Once they are back on their own field, they will be able to start winning again and shoot for that coveted top position in the AL Central Division. They will return on September 14th to host the Detroit Tigers. Tickets for their big return are still available, starting as low as just $6. Get yours today.
9/3/15 - The Minnesota Twins are pulling off some impressive wins recently and have left the victors of their last eight of ten games. Currently they are on a three-game winning streak and are pushing for that to continue when they face off against the Chicago White Sox on September 3. Thus far, the Twins have been able to beat the White Sox in their last two games, so the odds are looking in their favor. On September 2, the Twins maintained in control the entire game and left the field with a 3-0 win under their belts. Purchase your tickets today so you don’t miss your chance to catch a summer game. Tickets for the Twins game on September 3 are still available and start at $13.
8/25/15 - The Minnesota Twins will look to continue their five game winning streak when they face the Rays again on the 26th. After winning the series against the Orioles 4-0, they started off a three game series against the Rays with another victory. The Twins started off with a three run homer by Miguel Sano in the first inning. Then, Torii Hunter had a two RBI double in the third. The Rays battled back to even the score, but then Brian Dozier hit a two-run homer to take the lead again. A two RBI double by Eduardo Escobar and an RBI double by Byron Buxton helped to widen the gap, and a homer by Eddie Rosario in the seventh inning secured the 11-7 victory. You can still get tickets to see the Twins play for as low as $5.
8/20/15 - With 42 games remaining on their schedule, the Minnesota Twins understand that there’s not much room for error. Sitting two games below .500, the Twins are in second place in the AL Central but also 3.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot, currently owned by the L.A. Angels. Minny has only gone 4-6 over their last 10 contests, most recently dropping consecutive games to the Yankees to impact their 2015 playoff hopes. There’s still plenty of time, but the Twins will certainly need a win streak or two in order to get back into the mix. They’ll head to Florida for a series versus the Rays starting on Tuesday, but you don’t have to wait to secure your seats—get in to Tropicana Field starting at just $6!
8/13/15 - They came close, but the Minnesota Twins couldn’t finish the job. Minny attempted to close out their first series sweep of the Rangers at home this week, falling short due to a 6-5 loss on Thursday afternoon. Elvis Andrus broke a 5-5 tie with sac fly to score Adrian Beltre in the top of the eighth, spurring Texas on to the series-salvaging win. The Twins dropped to an even 57-57 on the year, leaving them just two games in front of Detroit for second place in the AL Central. More importantly, Minnesota lost ground in the Wild Card standings, which at this point is certainly their best chance to see the playoffs in 2015. The Twins begin a crucial series against New York on Monday, and you can get tickets for Yankee Stadium starting at just $12!
8/5/15 - The Minnesota Twins managed to win half of their matchups against the Seattle Mariners, but their away set has hit them hard. The Twins were unfortunately unable to win a single game during their four-game long set against the Toronto Blue Jays. Before returning to Minnesota, they have to play the Cleveland Indians. Hopefully they will be able to score some wins in Cleveland, but fans should rely on them to start winning again when they return home. First, the Twins will be hosting the Texas Rangers. Tickets for that set, which begins on August 11th, are available. You can secure your spot in the stands of the first match for as little as $17. Following that, the Twins will be having a rematch against the Indians.
7/29/15 - The Minnesota Twins are currently sitting pretty in the AL Central league in second place. The Twins are hanging on tight to their 50-44 record and are working hard each week to try and catch the number one team, the Kansas City Royals. Even though the Twins have a winning record, they are in a major slump, losing their last four games. They start a three-game series with the Yankees on July 24, which could be troublesome because the Yankees are at the top of the leader board in AL East league. See what the Twins can pull off when the Yankees come to the Target Field in Minneapolis, MN this weekend. Tickets are still available for all three games and start at $27 a piece.
7/22/15 - The Minnesota Twins are currently sitting pretty in the AL Central league in second place. The Twins are hanging on tight to their 50-44 record and are working hard each week to try and catch the number one team, the Kansas City Royals. Even though the Twins have a winning record, they are in a major slump, losing their last four games. They start a three-game series with the Yankees on July 24, which could be troublesome because the Yankees are at the top of the leader board in AL East league. See what the Twins can pull off when the Yankees come to the Target Field in Minneapolis, MN this weekend. Tickets are still available for all three games and start at $27 a piece.
7/14/15 - While the Minnesota Twins technically only have a three game winning streak, they have won six of their last seven games. Moreover, they are just three wins behind the Kansas City Royals, who are number two in the whole league, in the AL Central Division. The Twins have been on their game this season, but they have been playing especially well this past week. They now begin a two-set series of away games. If they are able to maintain their momentum in the coming week, they will have no trouble overtaking the division leaders. First, the Twins will travel to Oakland to take on the Athletics, then they will hop down to Los Angeles to face the Dodgers. The Twins will return on July 24th and tickets for their homecoming start at $29.
7/8/15 - American League saves leader Glen Perkins got the nod for this year’s MLB All-Star Game, and the Minnesota Twins closer will bring his miniscule 1.24 ERA with him to Cincinnati next week. Perkins leads all AL pitchers and is tied with Mark Melancon in the NL with 28 saves, although Perk has yet to blow a save attempt this season. Minnesota as a team has had a successful week as well, logging four wins in five games including three straight over the Orioles at home. The Twins will host the Tigers this weekend in a critical series for AL Central standings and tickets are on sale now for each of the four games. Get in on Saturday afternoon for $34 and up or check out the early Sunday contest with tickets from $24!
7/1/15 - When they snuck into first place in the AL Central, everyone assumed that the Minnesota Twins were a flash in the pan. Their win over rival Kansas City on Thursday pulled them within 3.5 games of the division lead once again, as Minny has maintained while Detroit has slid in the standings. Kyle Gibson was brilliant for the Twins, scattering four hits across eight scoreless innings to keep the high-scoring Royals at bay for the eventual 2-0 victory. Eduardo Escobar and veteran catcher Kurt Suzuki knocked in the runs for Minnesota, who improved to 42-37 on the season. The Twins will wrap up their weekend series in KC before heading home to host the Orioles at Target Field this week. Get your tickets for Tuesday night starting at just $10!
6/24/15 - The Minnesota Twins are currently ranked 2nd in the American League Central Division. They most recently beat the White Sox in two of the three games in their series. In the first game, the Twins dominated the White Sox, winning 13-2. They had 15 hits, four of which were homers by Joe Mauer, Eduardo Nunez, Brian Dozier, and Kennys Vargas. In the first time as the leadoff hitter, Bryon Buxton performed very well, going three for five. This game also marked the fourth game this season in which the Twins had double-digits on the score board. The White Sox came back the next night to win 6-2, but the Twins won the final game 6-1. The Twins next play a three games series against the Brewers starting on June 26. Tickets are still available, with prices starting at $5.
6/16/15 - The Minnesota Twins have moved up to the second place in the AL Central with a 34-30 record, just 3.5 games out of first. They’re on a two-game losing streak against the Cardinals, but the Twins come home to Target Field to host the Chicago Cubs on Friday (6/19) where they’ll have the support of their fans. Byron Buxton, who just made his MLB debut earned his first big hit, getting a triple in the eighth inning on Monday’s game. He scored when Brian Dozier hit a sacrifice fly, but the Twins lost 2-3 to St. Louis. You’ll want to get your tickets now to the weekend games to show your support for the Twins. Prices start at $30, and there are still lots of great seats available.
6/11/15 - A brief stint atop the AL Central division has come to an end for the Minnesota Twins—at least for now. Minny suffered a three-game sweep at the hands of division rival Kansas City, flip-flopping the two teams in the standings. KC played with the purpose of a team looking to make a statement, outscoring the Twins 12-3 across the three matchups. After going just 1-5 on their six-game home stand, Minnesota will head to Texas to tangle with the hot-hitting Rangers at Globe Life Park. Seats are on sale now for all three games of the weekend set with tickets for Friday’s opener starting at $20. Check out the afternoon game on Saturday with tickets from $13 or be a part of the Sunday matinee with seats priced from $12!
6/3/15 - The Minnesota Twins kept the Red Sox from scoring while putting two runs on the scoreboard for a 2-0 win, which gives them a 31-21 record good for second place on the AL Central leaderboard. Trevor May had nine strikeouts and allowed no walks. He only gave up two hits in the third inning. On Friday (6/5), the Twins come back to Target Field to host the Milwaukee Brewers in three games over the weekend. Although tickets are getting scarce for Saturday’s game, there are still a few great seats, starting at $52. Sunday’s prices begin at $22. Monday (6/8) kicks off a three-game series against the Kansas City Royals. Get your tickets to one of these evening games and make it a night to remember with a baseball game.
5/27/15 - Don’t look now, but the Minnesota Twins are leading the AL Central with five straight wins and a 28-18 record. The Twins started out an abysmal 1-6 to open the 2015 season with a pair of three-game losing skids. However they’ve yet to lose three straight since, most recently sweeping the Red Sox at home to slide into the top spot in the Central division. Trevor May (3-3) will take the mound for Minny on Friday against the Blue Jays in effort to build their streak to six straight victories, but they’ll need to get past Mark Buehrle (5-4) to make it happen. Seats are on sale now for each game at Target Field with tickets to Friday night’s opener starting at just $15 each!
5/22/15 - The Minnesota Twins may still be third in their division, but they have been playing very well lately. After finishing the set against the Detroit Tigers, the Twins won two out of three games with the Tampa Bay Rays, and most recently, beat out the Pittsburgh Pirates in their set opener. There is one remaining Pirates game, then Minnesota is set to take on the Chicago White Sox. The Twins will return to Minnesota on May 25th to play against the Boston Red Sox, which will be the first home game in more than a week. Tickets for the entire set are already available, the opener starting at $24. If the Twins continue at their current pace, those games are sure to be very exciting.
5/14/15 - The Minnesota Twins struggled in their final game of the series against the Tigers, giving up three runs in the first inning. The Tigers kept the pressure on, earning 13 runs total, while Twins’ catcher Kurt Suzuki picked up the only run for the team. The final 1-13 score gave the Twins a 19-16 record, placing them in third in the AL Central. This weekend, you can catch the Twins at home on Target Field in games against the Tampa Bay Rays. Great seats for Sunday’s afternoon game start at $15. The Twins go out on the road for five games after the Rays leave town. You’ll want to come out and relax at the ballpark this weekend and enjoy America’s pastime while your hometown team is here.
5/5/15 - The winning streak of the Minnesota Twins has officially ended, getting up to five consecutive wins, which includes every one of the matches against the Chicago White Sox. Additionally, they have won seven of their last 10 games. Now, the Twins are taking on the Oakland Athletics, and they have won one and lost one. There are two more remaining games against Oakland, so it is hard to say which team will take the win. Once the Twins finish these matchups, on May 5th and 6th, they will start a series of away games and they will not return until May 15th. Take this opportunity to catch them live before they leave town. Tickets for the two games start at only $4 and $5 respectively.
4/28/15 - The Minnesota Twins fell to the Detroit Tigers once again in the series opener on Monday. The Tigers came out strong with four runs in the first inning, and while the Twins tried to make a comeback, with the assistance of shortstop Danny Santana who had two hits and an RBI, but the Tigers took the win at 5-4. After the series against the Tigers wraps up, the Twins host the Chicago White Sox in four games over the weekend. Tickets are still available for the evening game on Thursday (4/30) starting at $4 for seats in the terrace level upper. Get seats now for some great baseball. The Twins don’t take any time off before hosting the Oakland Athletics on Monday (4/4). Come down to Target Field and enjoy some exciting baseball.
4/23/15 - After winnings two of the three games in the last series with the Royals, the Minnesota Twins are 0 for 2 in the current three game series that began on April 20. In the first game, the Royals won 7-1, thanks to two three run innings in the sixth and eighth. The next night was a much closer game, with a final score of 6-5. The Twins were ahead after coming back from behind and scoring four runs in the sixth, thanks to four straight RBI singles from Trevor Plouffe, Oswaldo Arcia, Kurt Suzuki, and Shane Robinson. However, the Royals scored two in the eighth for the win. The teams play one more game on the 22 before the Twins head to Seattle to play the Mariners. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $11.
4/16/15 - The Minnesota Twins have only one win on their record so far this season, with a 6-0 victory over the Chicago White Sox on Friday, April 10. During the game, Tommy Milone was on the mound for 7 innings and allowed just two hits. Joe Mauer hit a single to bring in a run, which was the first RBI of the season for the team, and Jordan Schafer brought in two runs from a single during the ninth inning. During the first match against the Royals on the 13th, the Twins stayed in the game until the Royals had a six run eighth inning to win 12-3. The Twins have two games left in the series on the 15th and 16th to beat the Royals. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $19.
4/7/15 - In their Opening Day game at Comerica Park in Detroit against the Tigers, the Minnesota Twins couldn’t catch a break. The Tigers came out with three runs in the second inning, and another in the sixth. They held the Twins at five hits, but no one could bring a run home. The final score of 0-4 was a disappointing start for the Twins. The Twins come home to Target Field on Monday (4/13), for their home opener, the first game of three against the Kansas City Royals. You can get tickets for the game starting at $52. The Twins get a day off before facing the Royals again on Wednesday (4/15). If you’ve got your taxes filed on time, get out of the office and watch some baseball as a reward.
3/31/15 - The Minnesota Twins have a few home games left in the Grapefruit League before going home to their regular stadium. With a 12-14 record in spring training, they won Tuesday’s game against the New York Yankees, with a final score of 3-1, but it was Saturday’s game against the Phillies that was the exciting one. Joe Mauer, a three-time AL batting champion earned his first home run of the season, and the Twins won at 7-1. Thursday (4/2) the Twins host the Boston Red Sox at Hammond Stadium. Tickets start at $33 for this afternoon game. They have an away game against the Red Sox on Friday, then both teams return to Fort Myers on Saturday (4/2) for the Twins’ final spring training home game. Get your tickets starting at $6.
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.
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.
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The Minnesota Twins became a Major League Baseball (MLB) team in 1901, but they were originally called the Washington Senators and were based out of Washington, D.C. The team moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, after the 1960 season. Now the 2016 MLB season is drawing closer and closer. If you want to find cheap Minnesota Twins tickets, you have to start looking here at Razorgator.
Not only can you find tickets for the regular season, but you can also get some early baseball action by seeing the Twins during spring training. The Twins home stadium during the preseason is the Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, Florida. They have 15 home games during spring training. You can find tickets for anywhere from $6 to $136 for these games. Buying tickets for these games will give you chance to see the Twins as they gear up for another exciting season.
The regular season starts off for the Twins at the Oriole Park at Camden Yards on April 4, 2016 against the Baltimore Orioles. The season is scheduled to end on October 2, 2016. The Twin’s home opener is on April 11 at Target Field in Minneapolis. The Twins ended last season behind the Kansas City Royals in the American League Central Division with 83 wins and 79 losses. You can see the Twins 2016 rankings as they happen by getting discount tickets. You can find home game tickets for anywhere from $9 to $7967.