TwinsFest tickets go on sale today; big names signing each day

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TwinsFest is quickly approaching and tickets go on sale today at 10 a.m.

Tickets cost $20 for adults and $10 for kids 14 and younger. Get your tickets at TwinsBaseball.com.

The autograph lineup with past and present players and coaches is massive, but here's a look at some of the biggest names that will attend Friday Jan. 29 through Sunday, Jan. 31.

Key players that will be available each day include:

  • J.O. Berrios - top pitching prospect
  • Bert Blyleven - Hall of Fame pitcher
  • Byron Buxton - rising star
  • Brian Dozier - All-Star second baseman
  • Scott Erickson - one of few Twins to throw a no-hitter
  • Dan Gladden - former player and radio broadcaster
  • Joe Mauer - the pride of Cretin-Derham Hall
  • Paul Molitor - manager
  • Tony Oliva - Twins great
  • Byung Ho Park - power hitter from Korea
  • Eddie Rosario - coming off an outstanding rookie season
  • Miguel Sano - the thump in the middle of the order
  • Ervin Santana - likely Opening Day starter

Proceeds from TwinsFest go to the Twins Community Fund.

Get all of your TwinsFest information right here.

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