Additional Minnesota Twins Info
Twins Tickets - Home and Away Games
There's nothing like a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field. Twins tickets are going fast for some of the best games on the 2023 baseball schedule. Prices for tickets vary, depending on the day of the week, the opponent, the type of ticket, and the quantity. Once you pick your game, sort your ticket options that suit your needs. Looking for low-priced Twins tickets? Try attending a weeknight game, and sit in the upper deck. Need the best seats in the house? We have you covered, and we'll get you in the game.
Twins Tickets - FAQ
Where do the Twins Play their home games?
Target Field is the home stadium for the Twins. Opening in 2010, it's one of the smaller baseball venues in MLB.
How much are tickets?
Ticket prices can be as low as $6 each for a game played in April, on a weeknight. Prices are based on supply, demand, and opponent.
Who are the Twins rivals?
The Twins are part of the American League - Central Division. Their divisional opponents are the Kansas City Royals, Detroit Tigers, Cleveland Indians, and Chicago White Sox.
Should I get a parking pass for the game?
Situated in the heart of Minneapolis, it's best to secure parking before you head to the game. Ticket King has parking options listed on the same ticket page that you see our tickets.
What if the game is rained out?
Your tickets are good for the makeup game at Target Field.
Special Event - Twins Promotional Games Remaining in 2023
- Los Twins Jersey on Sep 9 - vs. Mets
- Fan Appreciation Twins Beanie on Sep 22, 23, 24 - vs. Angels Games
- T-Shirt Tuesday on Sep 26 - vs. Athletics
Twins Remaining 2023 Home Games & Playoff Tickets Return Policy
Be sure to get to Target Field before the season ends. Hopes are that the team will make the MLB Playoffs. When that happens, Ticket King will have great seating options for all playoff games in 2023. If you purchase your playoff tickets and the game is not played, you'll receive a full refund.
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Twins Playoff Tickets - October 2023
The Twins won the World Series in 1991. In that series, the team took on the Braves. Atlanta won three of four games, but Minnesota managed to win game number seven. Leading up to the World Series victory, the Twins had an outstanding regular season with pitching aces Kevin Tapani and Scott Ericson. Their ALCS opponent was the Toronto Blue Jays. Minnesota won that series in five games. Their National League, World Series opponent was the Atlanta Braves. Baseball historians put the 1991 World Series up as one of the best in history. It took seven games for the Minnesota Twins to win the series, and game number seven went ten innings before Minnesota scored the series-winning run.
The Twins last won their division in 2020. They also took the division title in 2019, 2010, and 2009. The team has won the pennant six times, and World Series on three occasions.
In 2022, the Twins took third place in the AL Central Division. Their final record was 78-84 and they looked to 2023 for improvement. Rocco Baldelli is in his fifth year as head coach of the team. In 2019, he was manager of the year after the Twins went 101-61 for the season. Since that time, the team has not had a winning season.
The Twins hope to make the postseason in 2023. The final regular season series at home will feature three games against the Oakland Athletics. The Los Angeles Angels will be in town for a three-game series before that. The team will play three final regular season games on the road at Coors Field when they take on the Colorado Rockies.