MSP Mag: Tailgating paradise alert, St. Paul Saints season opens now

Thursday night marks the official start of the season for the St. Paul Saints. (That’s Minnesota’s biggest minor league baseball team, for those of you reading from space, or other restaurant critics.) Which also means—what? Stadium treats and glorious tailgating.
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Thursday night marks the official start of the season for the St. Paul Saints. (That’s Minnesota’s biggest minor league baseball team, for those of you reading from space, or other restaurant critics.) Which also means—what? Stadium treats and glorious tailgating.

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