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The Minnesota Twins have been playing baseball since 1901, but they weren’t always known under their current name. They started their career as the Washington Senators and relocated to Minneapolis in 1960 as part of Major League Baseball’s expansion. Since 2010, the Twins have called Target Field home. Although the team has been around since the turn of the last century, World Series championships have largely eluded them. Having earned titles in 1924, 1987, and 1991, it is about time for the Twins to make another run at MLB history. Do not miss a second of the action. Check back often and buy your Minnesota Twins tickets right here at Razorgator.

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The Minnesota Twins went 2-2 against the Red Sox in their latest four game series, which started on the 21. The Twins fell 13-2 in game one, but they were able to take a narrow victory the next night. Kyle Gibson was on the mound for eight innings. Brian Dozier had a homer and Miguel Sano had an RBI double. Both teams had strong offenses the next night, but the Twins were able to secure the 11-9 victory. Game four was also close, with the Twins rallying late but falling short by one. The team hosts the Braves for two, followed by a single game against the Orioles. You can still get tickets for $19 and up.
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The Minnesota Twins have won their last two games in a row. After losing the first two games against the Yankees, the Twins dominated in game three to win 7-1. They carried this momentum with them when they headed to Chicago to play the White Sox for three games. In the first game on June 28, the Twins shut out the White Sox. Brian Dozier hit two homers in a game for the third time in his career. Kyle Gibson was on the mound for seven innings, giving him his first win of the season. The two teams play again on the 29 and 30 before the Twins head home to host the Rangers. You can still get tickets for $22 and up.

It’s been a week of the good, the bad and the ugly for the 20-45 Minnesota Twins. The struggling American League team started the week out strong with a series win over Miami. That weekend, however, the luck didn’t last and the Twins didn’t look great against the Red Sox, but things really went south when they lost yet another series to the Angels, including a 10-2 beating on Wednesday. Minnesota looks to regroup this week and will have the home field advantage against the next two opponents. This weekend, the Yankees will be in town for a four-game run that will end Sunday. After a day off, the Phillies will have a chance to take on the Twins at Target Field.

It is a tough time to be a Minnesota Twins fan. The struggling team has won just one game out of their last eight, bringing them down to an overall record of 11-34. They are currently eligible to be swept by the visiting Kansas City Royals and defending World Champions after yesterday’s loss of 4-7. After this series, Minnesota will try their luck on the road against the Seattle Mariners. They will need every bit of confidence they can muster before heading to Seattle, so be there today to cheer them on against Kansas City. Tickets are still available and can be purchased for prices starting as low as $7.

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.

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.

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