Let's go hang out in Blaine and Detroit
- Blog Post by: Suzanne Solheim
- March 22, 2010 - 8:54 PM
The Twinscentric crew is at it again, organizing another fun Viewing Party for Twins fans who can't make it to many (or any) road games. Since their last outing was such a success, they've invited us out to Major's Sports Cafe in Blaine, MN to watch the Twins pummel the White Sox while drinking $2 beers and eating 2-4-1 appetizers. Delicious on all accounts.
And as if they needed to make things any more exciting, there will also be a raffle with fabulous prizes, including 2010 Twins Annuals, Target Field tickets and more.
I will definitely be there on Saturday, April 10 at 12:05pm. With bells on. Well, maybe not bells, but definitely some Twins gear. Anyway, this would be a great opportunity for me to give you a high five in person and talk some Twins baseball... or you could buy me a beer. Both sound fun, so come on out!
Also, what are you guys up to July 9-11? I'll be on a Funbus headed to Motown for a Twins Train party at Comerica Park, where I'll hopefully get to see the Twins crush the Tigers. You should totally come.
Twins Train, if you haven't heard, is a super sweet deal. For an incredibly reasonable price, you and your buddies can take a three-day getaway to either Chicago, Cleveland, Kansas City, Milwaukee or Detroit to check out not one, but two Twins games. Awesome hotels and a pre-game tailgating party with tasty food and beverages are included in the cost as well. They seriously thought of everything.
Here is the Twins Train website, where all of your questions can be answered easily through their seamless navigation. I really hope to see some of you in Blaine in a couple of weeks, but I think a weekend in Detroit (as dangerous as that sounds) would be a blast too!
Email me if you have any questions and of course, if you're going to be hanging out at Target Field for the Gophers game on Saturday, March 27, or the exhibition series against the Cardinals on Saturday, April 3, I'd love to meet up!
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