Target Field

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Target Field
Location Minneapolis, Minnesota
Opened April 12, 2010
Other Names n/a
Tenants Minnesota Twins (2010-present)

Target Field is a baseball stadium located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It opened on April 12, 2010 as a replacement for the Metrodome, the prior home of the Minnesota Twins.

List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
Major League Baseball 2010 Minnesota Twins Program
National Hockey League January 1, 2022 2022 NHL Winter Classic (Minnesota Wild vs. St. Louis Blues) Program

See also

List of Major League Baseball stadiums

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Cleveland Guardians (Progressive Field)
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Kansas City Royals (Kauffman Stadium)
Minnesota Twins (Target Field)
Houston Astros (Minute Maid Park)
Los Angeles Angels (Angel Stadium)
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Texas Rangers (Globe Life Field)
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