Twins to host 2014 All-Star Game?

Twins President Dave St. Peter says the Twins are optimistic about the possibility of hosting the 2014 MLB All-Star Game at Target Field, but "there is still nothing official to report." Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is expected to announce the host of the 2014 All-Star Game soon.
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Twins President Dave St. Peter says the Twins are optimistic about the possibility of hosting the 2014 MLB All-Star Game at Target Field, but "there is still nothing official to report." Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is expected to announce the host of the 2014 All-Star Game soon.

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Twins president Dave St. Peter announced Friday that the team wants to host the 2014 MLB All-Star Game at Target Field. Minnesota has hosted the All-Star Game twice -- at the Metrodome in 1985 and at Metropolitan Stadium in 1965.

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Commissioner of Major League Baseball Bud Selig still hasn't confirmed if the Minnesota Twins will be awarded the 2014 All-Star Game. However, Selig told the Pioneer Press Tuesday, "They've made a very good bid, and everybody knows how I feel about the Twin Cities. That's the only hint I'll give." Selig is expected to make an official announcement soon.

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