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Target Field is a ballpark located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota and is the home of the Minnesota Twins of Major League Baseball (MLB). The ballpark opened on April 12, 2010, replacing the Metrodome as the Twins stadium. It is an open-air ballpark, and not considered "roof-ready" in any way. Though designed as a baseball venue, it can accommodate football, soccer, and outdoor concerts. Its extensive banquet and conference facilities are marketed for corporate and other non-Twins and non-baseball events. In 2010, ranked Target Field as the #1 baseball stadium experience in North America.
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Minnesota Twins FAQ
What is the capacity of Target Field?
Target Field has a seating capacity of 39,504.
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When did Target Field Open?
Target Field opened on April 12, 2010, replacing the Metrodome as the Twins stadium.
When did the Minnesota Twins join the MLB?
The Minnesota Twins were originally the Washington Senators before relocating to Minneapolis in 1961.