Twins end season drawing 3.1M fans

Despite 99 losses, the Twins say 3.1 million fans bought tickets to Target Field this year. Only 2010 ticket sales were higher in the history of the club.
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Despite 99 losses, the Twins say 3.1 million fans bought tickets to Target Field this year. Only 2010 ticket sales were higher in the history of the club.

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