Fans react (mostly favorably) to TwinsFest at Target Field
January 27, 2014 — 1:35pm
@StribSports, which you should follow, used Twitter to ask fans how they felt about having TwinsFest at Target Field. Team president Dave St. Peter (@TwinsPrez) retweeted our query and here are some of the responses that we've received so far.
Sounds like it was a pretty good thing -- unless you were trying to sell baseball cards and other sports memorabilia in the lowest level of the ballpark.
Feel free to add your thoughts in the comments section below.
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