St. Paul Saints are wearing rainbow jerseys for Twin Cities Pride


Pride festivities are kicking off in the Twin Cities today and they'll run through the weekend, including a rainbow-themed St. Paul Saints game on Friday night at CHS Field.

The Saints, who own the second-best record (74-26) in the league, are playing the Winnipeg Goldeyes. The first 1,000 fans will receive rainbow flags, and per usual, the Friday night game will be followed with a fireworks show set to the tune of Queen songs.

Saints players will also be wearing these rainbow jerseys.

You can get tickets at at using the password tcpride2016.

Here's a list of events and activities taking place during Twin Cities Pride.

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