As expected, Twins season-ticket holders will have first shot at tickets for the 2014 All-Star Game, and in order to get game tickets, fans will have to purchase the entire package of All-Star Game-related events.
According to their website, tickets will be made available as follows:
• To season-ticket holders based on the number of years they have held tickets.
• The size of their ticket plan -- from full-season in premium locations through 20-game plans.
• The number of seats held.
Tickets will be sold in all-event strips that include the All-Star Game, Monday night's Home Run Derby, the "All-Star Sunday" event that currently features a game between teams of top minor-league prospects, two tickets to the All-Star Fanfest that will be held at the Minneapolis Convention Center and an event program.
Prices have not been set. But for July's All-Star game in Kansas City, strips for the suite of events cost from $377 to $1,077 each, according to the Kansas City Star.
|Chicago Cubs||1||Top 4th Inning|
|Baltimore - K. Gausman||6:07 PM|
|Toronto - B. Morrow|
|Minnesota - S. Diamond||6:08 PM|
|Detroit - R. Porcello|
|Cleveland - Z. McAllister||6:10 PM|
|Boston - R. Dempster|
|LA Angels - J. Blanton||7:10 PM|
|Kansas City - E. Santana|
|San Jose||9:30 PM|
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