The Twins announced today that their season-ticket prices will not be increasing for 2012, noting that single-game ticket prices will be announced at a later date.

There were some price increases for Twins season-ticket holders from Year 1 to Year 2 at Target Field, but there won't be for Year 3. The team has capped its season-ticket sales at 25,000 full-season equivalents at Target Field, which has an approximate capacity of 39,500.

“We are tremendously thankful for the loyalty and support of our season ticket holders and are committed to ensuring Twins season tickets remain a great value for our fan base,” team president Dave St. Peter said in the press release. "Even in these challenging economic times, Twins baseball and the Target Field experience will continue to be a part of Minnesota’s summertime traditions for the 2012 season and far beyond.”

Note: The Twins and Yankees square off tonight at 7:10 p.m (Duensing vs. Sabathia). Check back here later today for the starting lineups and other pregame notes.

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