Minnesota Twins Tickets

Minnesota Twins or Twinkies is a Minneapolis based professional baseball club. The Twins are one of the eight charter franchises that play in the American League. It is one of the oldest and most popular baseball teams in the US. Minnesota Twins used to play at the Metropolitan Stadium when they first moved to Minneapolis, but in 1982 they started playing at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. The Twins have been playing at the Target Field stadium since its completion this year. They have been playing in the American League since 1901, and Central Division since 1994. Get your Minnesota Twins tickets and watch your favorite team live in action.

Minnesota Twins Venues

  • Minnesota Twins Target Field
  • Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim vs. Minnesota Twins Angel Stadium
  • Spring Training: Tampa Bay Rays vs. Minnesota Twins Charlotte Sports Park
  • Arizona Diamondbacks vs. Minnesota Twins Chase Field
  • Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Comerica Park
  • Spring Training: Atlanta Braves vs. Minnesota Twins CoolToday Park
  • Los Angeles Dodgers vs. Minnesota Twins Dodger Stadium
  • Spring Training: Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins Dunedin Stadium
  • Spring Training: Baltimore Orioles vs. Minnesota Twins Ed Smith Stadium
  • Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Fenway Park
  • Spring Training: New York Mets vs. Minnesota Twins First Data Field
  • Spring Training: New York Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins (Split Squad) George M. Steinbrenner Field
  • Texas Rangers vs. Minnesota Twins Globe Life Field
  • Chicago White Sox vs. Minnesota Twins Guaranteed Rate Field
  • Exhibition: Minnesota Twins vs. Minnesota Golden Gophers Hammond Stadium at CenturyLink Sports Complex
  • Spring Training: Boston Red Sox vs. Minnesota Twins JetBlue Park At Fenway South
  • Spring Training: Detroit Tigers Vs. Minnesota Twins Joker Marchant Stadium
  • Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kauffman Stadium
  • Spring Training: Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Minnesota Twins LECOM Park
  • Milwaukee Brewers vs. Minnesota Twins Miller Park
  • Houston Astros vs. Minnesota Twins Minute Maid Park
  • Baltimore Orioles vs. Minnesota Twins Oriole Park At Camden Yards
  • San Diego Padres vs. Minnesota Twins Petco Park
  • Cleveland Indians vs. Minnesota Twins Progressive Field
  • Oakland Athletics vs. Minnesota Twins RingCentral Coliseum
  • Spring Training: St. Louis Cardinals vs. Minnesota Twins Roger Dean Stadium
  • Toronto Blue Jays vs. Minnesota Twins Rogers Centre
  • Spring Training: Philadelphia Phillies vs. Minnesota Twins Spectrum Field
  • Seattle Mariners vs. Minnesota Twins T-Mobile Park
  • Tampa Bay Rays vs. Minnesota Twins Tropicana Field
  • New York Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins Yankee Stadium

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It was founded in 1901 under the name of Washington Senators and was one of the most prominent teams in major-league baseball till 1933. In 1961, Minneapolis Lakers moved to Las Angeles, and Calvin Griffith, the owner and president of the team, did not want to alienate either of the cities, so he named it Minnesota Twins. Even today, their two logos read "Twin Cities" and "Minnie & Paul". They featured many talented players like Killebrew, Bob Allison, and Camilo Pascual, when they arrived in Minnesota to compete in 1961, and reclaimed their glory the following year. However, the team struggled and faced many difficulties during the 1970s and early eighties. The Minnesota Twins Club had always been owned by the Griffith family, but Calvin Griffith sold it to Carl Pohlad in 1984, due to financial hurdles. The year of 1987 proved to be a turning point for Minnesota Twins, when Tom Kelly led the team to several victories over the Cardinals. Their victories against the Braves in 1991 resulted in their winning the baseball world series.

Minnesota Twins had a bad time again from 1994 to 1997, and Carl Pohlad considered selling it to a businessman based in North Carolina. The Twins were almost disbanded by the Major League Baseball in 2002 because they were financially weak compared to the other baseball franchises. But the team survived by dominating in several seasons with a series of victories from 2001 to 2006. However, they faced another financial bottleneck in 2007 which led them to facing the threat of disbandment again. A stadium called Target Field was built with some private financing from Minnesota Twins in 2009. They also signed a lease with Target Field which ensured their continuation as a team. The Twins played their first regular season against the Boston Red Sox in 2010, and Joe Mauer, the start player of Minnesota Twins, led them to victory.

Minnesota Twins have a rich history and they uphold many traditions. They celebrate at the Twins clubhouse loud rock music selected by their winning pitcher and video games. Its players are renowned as pranksters. In 2006 Minnesota Twins were given the nickname "The Little Piranhas", which they embraces as a new tradition and their office started a Piranha Night, where piranha finger puppets were distributed to the fans. Their colors are white, red, and navy blue. They also have a ritual that requires their most junior relief pitcher to carry water and snacks in a brightly colored children's backpack.

In addition to being in the media spotlight across the globe and receiving coverage from all major sports television channels in the US, Minnesota Twins have their own in-house Twins Radio Network (TRN). It is dedicated to broadcasting sports events and news related to Minnesota Twins. Fox Sports North holds the television rights. However, the fans of Minnesota Twins enjoy nothing more than being there in the stadium to cheer and support their favorite team. We feature a wide variety of Minnesota Twins tickets to match your exact needs. In addition to having cheap and affordable tickets, we also offer some premium spots including front row seats. Go ahead and buy your tickets now!

After an incredible 2015 season which saw the Minnesota Twins go 83-79 and come second in the AL Central, there were big hopes from them. However, 2016 turned out to be quite the opposite. There were several hiccups early on and as the year progressed, things got worse for them and soon turned downright ugly. In the end, the Twins finished the 2016 season with a victory but a 59-103 record marked them as the worst in baseball. Fans had many hopes from Byron Buxton and Jose Berrios, but they had a bad season.  After a disappointing year, the team is in the rebuilding phase. The Twins have a young roster and some decent pitching prospects and will be looking for a fresh start in 2017.

Minnesota Twins Rivals

New York Yankees

The Minnesota Twins do not have a rivalry with another baseball side in the traditional sense of the word. They do share bad blood with the New York Yankees to some extent though. A lot of that is because of their postseason history with the Yankees which quite frankly is not so special. The Twins have faced the Yankees in five postseason series since the year 2003. They have come out on the wrong side of the result every single time.

The Twins and the Yankees met in the postseason most recently in 2017 in the ALWC and the series was clinched by the Yankees 3-1. The head-to-head record overall goes in favor of the Yankees too. The Twins have won seven eighty three games while the Yankees have won one thousand one hundred and fifty five games as of May 17, 2018.

Minnesota Twins Schedule 2019

Regular Season Schedule 2019
DateOPPONENTRESULTW-LWINLOSSSAVEATT
Fri, Jul 12@ Cleveland W5-3 57-33Littell 2-0Perez 2-2Rogers 1330,857
Sat, Jul 13@ Cleveland W6-2 58-33Odorizzi 11-4Bauer 8-732,277
Sun, Jul 14@ Cleveland L4-3 58-34Cimber 5-2May 3-2Hand 2425,194
Tue, Jul 16vs New York L3-2 58-35Avilan 2-0Pineda 6-5Diaz 2128,712
Wed, Jul 17vs New York L14-4 58-36Vargas 4-5May 3-335,124
Thu, Jul 18vs Oakland W6-3 59-36Gibson 9-4Petit 2-2Rogers 1428,432
Fri, Jul 19vs Oakland L5-3 59-37Bassitt 7-4Harper 3-2Hendriks 731,082
Sat, Jul 20vs Oakland L5-4 59-38Treinen 3-3Rogers 2-2Hendriks 832,270
Sun, Jul 21vs Oakland W7-6 60-38Stewart 2-1Hendriks 4-134,070
Mon, Jul 22vs New York W8-6 61-38Thorpe 1-1Sabathia 5-5Rogers 1534,627
Tue, Jul 23vs New York L14-12 F/10 61-39Chapman 3-2Stewart 2-2Green 132,470
Wed, Jul 24vs New York L10-7 61-40Cortes Jr. 4-0Odorizzi 11-5Chapman 2640,127
Thu, Jul 25@ Chicago W10-3 62-40Berrios 9-5Giolito 11-522,087
Fri, Jul 26@ Chicago W6-2 63-40Pineda 7-5Cease 1-322,602
Sat, Jul 27@ Chicago L5-1 63-41Nova 6-9Perez 8-434,085
Sun, Jul 28@ Chicago W11-1 64-41Gibson 10-4Covey 1-727,595
Tue, Jul 30@ Miami W2-1 65-41Odorizzi 12-5Gallen 1-3Rogers 168,064
Wed, Jul 31@ Miami W7-4 66-41Berrios 10-5Alcantara 4-108,567
Thu, Aug 1@ Miami L5-4 F/12 66-42Brigham 1-0Stashak 0-110,390
Fri, Aug 2vs Kansas City W11-9 67-42May 4-3Lovelady 0-1Romo 132,431
Sat, Aug 3vs Kansas City W11-3 68-42Gibson 11-4Duffy 5-636,823
Sun, Aug 4vs Kansas City W3-0 69-42Smeltzer 1-1Keller 7-11Rogers 1730,171
Mon, Aug 5vs Atlanta W5-3 70-42May 5-3Martin 0-126,722
Tue, Aug 6vs Atlanta L12-7 70-43Foltynewicz 3-5Berrios 10-636,721
Wed, Aug 7vs Atlanta L11-7 70-44Fried 13-4Perez 8-535,682
Thu, Aug 8vs Cleveland L7-5 70-45Clevinger 7-2Gibson 11-5Hand 2932,517
Fri, Aug 9vs Cleveland L6-2 70-46Bieber 12-4Smeltzer 1-236,641
Sat, Aug 10vs Cleveland W4-1 71-46Odorizzi 13-5Plutko 4-3Rogers 1835,268
Sun, Aug 11vs Cleveland L7-3 F/10 71-47Hand 5-3Rogers 2-337,849
Tue, Aug 13@ Milwaukee W7-5 72-47Duffey 2-1Pomeranz 2-10Romo 244,331
Wed, Aug 14@ Milwaukee L6-5 72-48Guerra 6-3Romo 0-1Albers 441,077
Thu, Aug 15@ Texas W13-6 73-48Pineda 8-5Payano 1-2Smeltzer 120,494
Fri, Aug 16@ Texas W4-3 74-48Duffey 3-1Minor 11-7Romo 324,742
Sat, Aug 17@ Texas W12-7 75-48Duffey 4-1Jurado 6-930,136
Sun, Aug 18@ Texas W6-3 76-48Dyson 1-0Clase 0-2Rogers 1918,500
Mon, Aug 19vs Chicago L6-4 76-49Nova 9-9Gibson 11-6Colome 2425,564
Tue, Aug 20vs Chicago W14-4 77-49Pineda 9-5Lopez 7-1126,798
Wed, Aug 21vs Chicago L4-0 77-50Giolito 14-6Odorizzi 13-631,389
Fri, Aug 23vs Detroit L9-6 77-51VerHagen 4-2Berrios 10-731,238
Sat, Aug 24vs Detroit W8-5 78-51Gibson 12-6Jackson 3-7Rogers 2039,429
Sun, Aug 25vs Detroit W7-4 79-51Perez 9-5Boyd 6-1032,892
Tue, Aug 27@ Chicago W3-1 80-51Pineda 10-5Giolito 14-7Rogers 2112,175
Wed, Aug 28@ Chicago W8-2 81-51Odorizzi 14-6Detwiler 2-416,802
Thu, Aug 29@ Chicago W10-5 82-51Berrios 11-7Cease 3-7Dobnak 115,886
Fri, Aug 30@ Detroit W13-5 83-51Gibson 13-6Jackson 3-817,273
Sat, Aug 31@ Detroit L10-7 83-52Boyd 7-10Perez 9-616,713
Sun, Sep 1@ Detroit W8-3 84-52Pineda 11-5Turnbull 3-1413,776
Mon, Sep 2@ Detroit W4-3 85-52Littell 3-0Farmer 5-6Rogers 2214,614
Tue, Sep 3@ Boston W6-5 86-52Thorpe 2-1Porcello 12-11Rogers 2335,129
Wed, Sep 4@ Boston L6-2 86-53Rodriguez 17-5Berrios 11-8Workman 1135,218
Thu, Sep 5@ Boston W2-1 87-53Perez 10-6Cashner 11-8Rogers 2432,632
Fri, Sep 6vs Cleveland L6-2 F/11 87-54Clippard 1-0Thorpe 2-235,418
Sat, Sep 7vs Cleveland W5-3 88-54Littell 4-0Cimber 5-3Rogers 2539,573
Sun, Sep 8vs Cleveland L5-2 88-55Clevinger 11-2Dobnak 0-1Hand 3431,380
Tue, Sep 10vs Washington W5-0 89-55Berrios 12-8Sanchez 8-824,813
Wed, Sep 11vs Washington L6-2 89-56Strasburg 17-6Perez 10-720,062
Thu, Sep 12vs Washington L12-6 89-57Corbin 12-7Gibson 13-719,167
Fri, Sep 13@ Cleveland POSTPONED
Sat, Sep 14@ Cleveland W2-0 90-57Littell 5-0Clevinger 11-3Rogers 2624,258
Sat, Sep 14@ Cleveland W9-5 91-57Graterol 1-0Perez 2-331,841
Sun, Sep 15@ Cleveland L7-5 91-58Wittgren 5-1Romero 0-1Perez 126,414
Mon, Sep 16vs Chicago W5-3 92-58Berrios 13-8Lopez 9-14Rogers 2721,850
Tue, Sep 17vs Chicago W9-8 F/12 93-58Harper 4-2Ruiz 1-422,518
Wed, Sep 18vs Chicago L3-1 93-59Fry 3-4Odorizzi 14-7Colome 2823,759
Thu, Sep 19vs Kansas City W8-5 94-59Thorpe 3-2Barnes 0-2Rogers 2824,565
Fri, Sep 20vs Kansas City W4-3 95-59Dobnak 1-1Skoglund 0-2May 229,468
DateOPPONENTRESULTW-LWINLOSSSAVEATT
Sat, Sep 21vs Kansas City
Sun, Sep 22vs Kansas City
Tue, Sep 24@ Detroit
Wed, Sep 25@ Detroit
Thu, Sep 26@ Detroit
Fri, Sep 27@ Kansas City
Sat, Sep 28@ Kansas City
Sun, Sep 29@ Kansas City
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MINNESOTA TWINS NEWS AND UPDATES

Bad news from the Minnesota Twins dugout, Alex Kirilloff will not play in the 2017 MLB season. Kirilloff was the first round draft pick for the Minnesota Twins in 2016. This is because he needs Tommy John surgery on his below. Tommy John surgery is a procedure in which a ligament in the medial elbow is replaced with a tendon. The Twins had high expectations from the rookie but it looks like they’ll have to wait till 2018 for Kirilloff to show what he can do. 

Minnesota Twins Schedule

Baseball season is here and is packed with epic matchups. You can catch all the action live as it happens. Next event featuring Minnesota Twins will be Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals, held at the Target Field in Minneapolis. As of now, the last event, Spring Training: Minnesota Twins vs. New York Yankees (Split Squad) is scheduled for 21-Mar-20 at the Hammond Stadium at CenturyLink Sports Complex in Fort Myers. For complete itinerary of events, please visit our website.

Event Venue City Date
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Target Field Minneapolis, MN Sat Sep 21 201906:10 PM
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Target Field Minneapolis, MN Sun Sep 22 201901:10 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Comerica Park Detroit, MI Tue Sep 24 201906:40 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Comerica Park Detroit, MI Wed Sep 25 201906:40 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Comerica Park Detroit, MI Thu Sep 26 201901:10 PM
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kauffman Stadium Kansas City, MO Fri Sep 27 201907:15 PM
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kauffman Stadium Kansas City, MO Sat Sep 28 201906:15 PM
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kauffman Stadium Kansas City, MO Sun Sep 29 201902:15 PM
AL Wild Card Game: Minnesota Twins vs. TBD (If Necessary) Target Field Minneapolis, MN Wed Oct 02 201903:30 AM
ALDS: Minnesota Twins vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Target Field Minneapolis, MN Fri Oct 04 201903:30 AM

Minnesota Twins Ticket Prices

The average price for Minnesota Twins Tickets start from $43. The minimum get in price is $6 for Minnesota Twins Tickets at the Comerica Park, Detroit. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price
(Minimum Price)
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Minneapolis 21-Sep-19 $49 $9
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals Minneapolis 22-Sep-19 $44 $9
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Detroit 24-Sep-19 $45 $6
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Detroit 25-Sep-19 $43 $6
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins Detroit 26-Sep-19 $45 $6
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kansas City 27-Sep-19 $53 $11
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kansas City 28-Sep-19 $61 $10
Kansas City Royals vs. Minnesota Twins Kansas City 29-Sep-19 $61 $12
AL Wild Card Game: Minnesota Twins vs. TBD (If Necessary) Minneapolis 2-Oct-19 $204 $67
ALDS: Minnesota Twins vs. TBD - Home Game 1 (Date: TBD - If Necessary) Minneapolis 4-Oct-19 $181 $47

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Minnesota Twins Discount Code:

Use Event18 as the discount code and get up to 70% discount on Minnesota Twins tickets. This is a last minute opportunity to get the discounted tickets for Minnesota Twins.

Upcoming EventDiscount CodePercentageDate
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals, Target Field, Minneapolis, MN Event18 4% Sat Sep 21 2019 06:10 PM
Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals, Target Field, Minneapolis, MN Event18 4% Sun Sep 22 2019 01:10 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins, Comerica Park, Detroit, MI Event18 4% Tue Sep 24 2019 06:40 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins, Comerica Park, Detroit, MI Event18 4% Wed Sep 25 2019 06:40 PM
Detroit Tigers vs. Minnesota Twins, Comerica Park, Detroit, MI Event18 4% Thu Sep 26 2019 01:10 PM

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