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Video Vault: Guy in dog suit runs onto Target Field, 2011

This is what happens when the Twins beat the Angels in a regular season game at Target Field. After the celebration calms down a bit, a guy in a dog suit hops onto the field and heads to left field. Perhaps this can be recreated Wednesday night -- after a Twins victory.
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This is what happens when the Twins beat the Angels in a regular season game at Target Field. After the celebration calms down a bit, a guy in a dog suit hops onto the field and heads to left field. Perhaps this can be recreated Wednesday night -- after a Twins victory.

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