Twins announce Home Opener, single-game ticket plans

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Fans looking to attend Minnesota Twins games this upcoming season will be able to purchase tickets beginning next month.

The Twins announced Tuesday that single-game tickets will go on sale Feb. 22 at 10 a.m., according to the Star Tribune.

Tickets to the Home Opener at Target Field against the Oakland Athletics will go on sale prior to all other single-game seats.

As WCCO notes, the Twins schedule includes 14 home games in April and May, 10 in June, 16 in July, 12 in August and 15 in September.

Minnesota is schedule to open the season on the road with a pair of games against the White Sox April 2nd and 3rd. View the full 162-game schedule right here.

The Twins had some fun in the severe cold on Monday by posting this video of a cup of boiling water being thrown at Target Field.

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