Target Field going 100 percent smoke-free

Target Field will be a 100 percent smoke-free facility starting Friday. Last season, fans were allowed to smoke on the promenade outside of left field. On top of the smoking ban, fans won't be allowed to return inside Target Field if they leave the stadium for a cigarette.
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Target Field will be a 100 percent smoke-free facility starting Friday. Last season, fans were allowed to smoke on the promenade outside of left field. On top of the smoking ban, fans won't be allowed to return inside Target Field if they leave the stadium for a cigarette.

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