Video Vault: Twins mascots that are actually cool

Nothing against the beloved T.C. Bear, but if the Korean League LG Twins can have some anime-inspired mascots, why can't Target Field have a version of Minnie and Paul running around on the field? Here, they're part of a ceremonial first pitch with a celebrity which ends badly.
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Nothing against the beloved T.C. Bear, but if the Korean League LG Twins can have some anime-inspired mascots, why can't Target Field have a version of Minnie and Paul running around on the field? Here, they're part of a ceremonial first pitch with a celebrity which ends badly.

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