Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota – The Minnesota Twins return to Target Field tonight to begin their last home of the 2022 regular season, with the club hosting the Los Angeles Angels for three games through Sunday – including the Fan Appreciation Weekend presented by Caribou Coffee tonight and tomorrow, and the Kids Appreciation Day presented by Target on Sunday – Before welcoming the Chicago White Sox for three games from Tuesday to next Thursday. Tonight’s game opener is set to feature Minnesota’s first-ever show by Angels Shuhei Ohtani, whose historic two-way supremacy led to a 2021 MLS honor, opposing the rookie Twins, Saint Paul native and Concordia University producer. Farland in his first appearance at Target Field.
Final Twins House tickets for the 2022 season are available for purchase via twinsbaseball.com, by calling 612-33-TWINS or 1-800-33-TWINS, or in person at the Target Field Ticket Office.
The Twins is partnering with non-profit organization El Fondo Boricua, the Saint Paul & Minnesota Foundation’s Donor Advice Fund, to match all donations made during the Twins-Angels Series this weekend (up to $10,000) to provide relief in Puerto Rico after the devastation. caused by Hurricane Fiona. Fans can donate at elfondoboricua.org; All funds will be awarded to 501(c)3 nonprofits on the island of Puerto Rico by the Minnesota Puerto Rican Community.
Fans can find their ticket to savings every day from September 23-29 with the Twins Daily Ticket Deals:
This is followed by a summary of the Twins House of six games, including special celebrations, gate gifts, and theme nights.
Fans’ ratings provided by Caribou Coffee (Fri-Sat) and Kids Ratings provided by Target (Sunday).
The Minnesota Twins is proud to celebrate and thank the Twins Territory during this weekend’s 3-game series versus the Los Angeles Angels, which includes Caribou Coffee’s Fan Appreciation Days tonight (Friday, September 23) and tomorrow (Saturday, September 24), followed by Children’s Appreciation Day Sunday, September 25th. An exclusive beanie will be distributed to the gates of Target Field throughout the three days (first 20,000 fans on Friday and Saturday; first 5,000 kids under 12 on Sunday); Fans will receive a special “Twins Pull Label” containing one of four prizes (first 25,000 fans aged 18 and over on Friday and Saturday; first 10,000 kids, 12 and under on Sunday); The twins will choose up to four “lucky ranks” per game to receive a special Twins prize package.
Twins’ AR Experience (all 6 games)
The Twins-based ARound partnership and Minneapolis, a joint augmented reality platform, to bring a first-of-its-kind joint augmented reality experience to Target Field. Using the ARound app (available via iOS or Android here), fans can point their smartphone into the field to unlock a world of multi-user AR games like Batter Up, Blockbuster and Fishing Frenzy – all designed to be played by interacting with the physical stadium and fellow fans in real time.
Twins and Vikings on Sunday
Minneapolis is hosting one of the big sports on Sunday, September 25, with the Vikings hosting the Detroit Lions at US Bank Stadium (12:00 p.m.), while the Los Angeles Angels twins play at Target Field starting at 1:10 p.m. The Twins cheer for all Fans should plan ahead, arrive early and consider all available transportation options, including discounted and pre-booked Twins daily parking at Ramps A&B and Hawthorne Ramp.
twin vs. Los Angeles Angels: Tonight – Sunday (3 games)
Tonight – Friday, September 23 against Los Angeles Angels presented by Caribou Coffee (7:10 p.m.; gates open 5:00 p.m.)
Saturday, September 24 against the Los Angeles Angels of Caribou Coffee (6:10 p.m.; gates open 4:00 p.m.)
Sunday, September 25 against Los Angeles Angels presented by Target (1:10 p.m.; gates open at 11:00 a.m.)
twin vs. Chicago White Sox: Tuesday, September 27 – Thursday, September 29 (3 games)
Tuesday, September 27 against Chicago White Sox (6:40 p.m.; gates open 5:30 p.m.)
Wednesday, September 28 against Chicago White Sox (6:40 p.m.; gates open 5:30 p.m.)
Thursday, September 29th vs. Chicago White Sox (12:10 p.m.; gates open 10:30 a.m.)