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Check out what U.S. Bank Stadium looks like for baseball

The playing field almost looks a little familiar.

U.S. Bank Stadium is about to debut – again. This time for baseball as the University of Minnesota baseball team hosts Seattle University for three games this weekend.

Fans might be intrigued to see what the inside of this beautiful facility looks like. In fact, you might notice a striking similarity to the last indoor stadium Minnesotans played baseball in.

Almost ready for @mngopherbaseball tomorrow!

A post shared by U.S. Bank Stadium (@usbankstadium) on Feb 23, 2017 at 11:46am PST

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