Target Field unveils big plans as Twins host Astros


Minneapolis — Target Field reveals all they have planned as Minnesota Twins, heat up Sunday night’s series-tying winhosting the Houston Astros in Game 3 of the ALDS Series.

Houston right-hander Christian Javier (10-5, 4.56 ERA) will face Minnesota right-hander Sonny Gray (8-8, 2.79 ERA) on Tuesday at 3:07 p.m. Opens at 1pm

We now know that Game 4 is definitely going to happen, if the Baltimore Orioles series against the Texas Rangers also goes to Game 4, which is scheduled for Wednesday at 1:07 p.m., or if the Orioles play Game 4, then scheduled for 6:07 p.m. – ends the Rangers series at three games.

This series marked the first time in more than two decades that Twins fans celebrated a second playoff series. Tens of thousands of people flocked to Target Field over the weekend just to watch the simulcast of the first two games against the Astros.

The twins broke two curses to get to this point, the end 18th straight playoff loss and a 21-year series championship drought. They swept the Toronto Blue Jays 2-0, allowing just one point in those two games.

The Astros are a formidable opponent, as the defending World Series champions and third in the American League this season, but the Twins’ 6-2 victory on Sunday night was also a decisive statement that left Twins fans doing Get ready for two exciting games this week.

Game 3 Highlights

The ceremonial first pitch of Game 3 will be a reunion of Hall of Famers – two-time American League Cy Young Award winner Johan Santana will throw the ball to the 2009 AL MVP, hometown Hero Joe Mauer.

The national anthem will be performed by singer Aby Wolf and gracefully accompanied by multiple brass players from the Minnesota Orchestra.

Downtown residents will want to know that there will be a pregame aerial display by two F-16 fighter jets from the 148th Fighter Wing of the Minnesota National Guard. Door 34 will provide a more rhythmic buzz, where DJ Dudley D will be spinning plenty of Minneapolis-flavored jams.

Game 4 Highlights

Game 4 will kick off with a reunion reminiscent of the Twins’ 1987 World Series victory with two-time All-Star, four-time Gold Glove winner and 1987 ALCS MVP Gary Gaetti ) handed the field to Dan (Dan) Gladden impressively hit a grand slam in the first game of the 1987 series.

It is worth noting that every fan attending these two games will receive a free 2023 Homer handkerchief with the slogan “We Believe” prominently printed on it.

Musically, Wednesday’s “The Star-Spangled Banner” will be played by trumpeter Mark Holtan, while Gate 34’s DJ will be Cristian Baca.

Single-game tickets for the game at Target Field are on sale on the Twins’ website.

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