Guide to TwinsFest: Autograph pricing, Kids Day Sunday, more

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Here's what you need to know if you're attending TwinsFest this weekend.

The list of past and present players and coaches signing autographs is extensive. We counted 61 on Friday alone. Click here for the full weekend schedule of events and autograph pricing.

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Autograph pricing

Most autographs will cost $15 or $20, but the more expensive options are:

  • Joe Mauer – $25-30 depending on the day
  • Tony Oliva – $25
  • Kent Hrbek – $25 (Friday only, 8-9 p.m.)
  • Torii Hunter – $25 (Friday only, 8-9 p.m.)
  • Bert Blyleven – $40 (won't sign Hall of Fame inscriptions)
  • Paul Molitor – $40 ($80 if you want a bat signed)

Signatures from Miguel Sano and Byron Buxton cost $20.

Two-time World Series winning manager Tom Kelly will sign with Molitor ($40 each) for an hour on Saturday beginning at 10:45 a.m.

Boardwalk of Games

You can have a lot of fun by yourself with games like Pop-Ashot, Guess Who?, Speed Pitch, Giant Jenga and Human Foosball, but you might have more fun watching players like Miguel Sano and Brian Dozier take part in the games. The links above will get you info on which players will be participating each day.

Kids Day Sunday

Sunday is Kids Day and the first 1,000 kids 14 or younger will receive a free Twins stocking cap.

Tickets needed for popular autograph sessions

Some of the most popular players will undoubtedly draw bigger crowds, and those are the lines that you'll likely need a numbered ticket to get an autograph. These tickets are free, but since players can only sign for a certain amount of time, the line will be cut off at a specific number when their time is up.

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