Earlier this year, the Minnesota Twins announced that the first round of their home games will welcome 10,000 fans to Target Field. Starting May 7th, fans will be able to purchase tickets for home games between May 14th and May 30th.

The tickets will go on sale at Noon on May 7th, and according to the team's site, the tickets will still sell in pods of 2 or 4.

To provide the safest environment possible for fans, staff and players, and to maximize guest comfort, the Twins will seat guests in “pods” of exactly two (2) or four (4) contiguous seats only, with a minimum distance of six (6) feet between pods in all directions. Sales are restricted to one (1) ticket purchaser per pod."

The Twins have 12 home games in that span, and those who purchased tickets for home games between April 8th and May 6th will have presale access to the final 12 scheduled home games in May, according to MLB.com's Do-Hyoung Park.

Ticket purchasers of a Twins home game through May 6 will be given advance presale access to the 12 remaining May contests.

The start to the Minnesota Twins season is not what many fans expected, that is for sure. They have struggled on offense and their bullpen has not been sharp at all. Yet, the Twins still have 141 games to go. It is a long season and it can turn around quickly. Plus, Target Field is awesome! The food is fantastic and there is something nice about having a nice beverage at the ballpark.

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You can always catch Twins Baseball on the radio if you can't make it to Target Field! Listen on News-Talk 1340 KROC AM and 96.9 FM and on 103.1 KFIL.

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