Target Field Baseball
Target Field Baseball features:
- Detailed painting of the Target Field ballpark, the downtown Minnesota Skyline and inside view of the stadium!
- Hand-stitched and regulation-sized!
- FREE clear protective display case (included).
- Made through a multimedia process of royalty-free photography & digital sketching through watercolor digital painting.
Don't forget to pair it with our Mini-Bat Display, which is the PERFECT addition for proudly displaying your stadium series baseball for all to see! (Sold Separately)
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Our Target Field Stadium Series Baseball Story & Inspiration:
The Tale of Twin Cities. In the Twin Cities, It is a Beautiful Day for Baseball. Target Field is a baseball stadium located in the downtown Minneapolis historic warehouse district. The stadium, which opened in 2010, is the home ballpark of the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball. The stadium hosted the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in 2014, as well as other local and regional baseball events.
The ballpark boasts a 360-degree open main concourse (twice the size of the Metrodome), the League's largest canopy in the upper deck, and stunning aesthetics and city views from nearly every seat. Wow! What a charming sight.
The ballpark's most notable feature is the celebration sign in center field, which features the original Twins logo from 1961; whenever a Twins player hits a home run, the sign flashes and lights up, giving the impression that "Minnie and Paul" are shaking hands across the Mississippi River. That is cool, right?
With the opening of Target Field in downtown Minneapolis in 2010, a generation of Minnesota Twins fans could finally watch baseball under blue skies. From 1982 to 2009, the team shared the mundane Metrodome with the NFL Minnesota Vikings. The new baseball stadium was a much-needed addition to the Twin Cities, putting an end to the days of sterile, vapid, and unappealing baseball atmospheres. Wow! Fantastic news for Twins fans.
Now, the highlight of the ballpark. The Minnesota Twins are an American League (AL) Central Division team in Major League Baseball (MLB). The team is named after the Twin Cities metropolitan area, which includes the neighboring cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
The Twins dominated the Central Division in the first decade of the new century, winning it six times (2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2009, and 2010) and coming close to winning it again in 2008. The Twins had the longest streak of consecutive winning seasons since moving to Minnesota, from 2001 to 2006. A roller coaster rides for the Twins and victory. Yes!
Do you like Target's open-air ballpark? What was your most memorable experience? As for me, Target Field Baseball is the best collectible for you to remember all of the Twins' wins over the years. When you watch all Twins games at Target Field, commemorative baseball is ideal for you and your family. What a thrilling experience!!
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