Twins game called off because of forecasted snow

The Twin Cities will get a few inches this afternoon.
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The Minnesota Twins' Sunday game against the Seattle Mariners has been postponed with snow forecast for the Twin Cities.

The Twins confirmed that it's been "postponed due to inclement weather," with the National Weather Service saying a couple of inches is likely to fall in the metro area this afternoon.

The game will be made up on Monday, May 14 at 6:10 p.m.

Those holding tickets to the postponed game can either use it for the rescheduled game, or exchange their unused ticket for any regular season game at the Target Field Ticket Office.

Tickets bought as part of the Spring Ballpark Pass can only be used for the makeup game. You can't get a refund on your ticket.

Tickets may be exchanged for any seat of equal or lesser value.

It'll mean the Mariners and the Twins split the series.

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