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Target Field follows the standard venue seat number logic, in that seat number 1 will always be closest to the lower number section adjacent to it. For example, seat number 1 in section 120 will be closest to the highest seat number in section 119, and the highest seat number in section 120 will be adjacent to seat number 1 in section 121.
The following are the dimensions of Target Field (all measurements from home plate): 339ft to Left-Field, 377ft to Left-Center, 411ft-403ft to Center, 365ft to Right-Center, and 328ft to Right-Field. Target Field has been known to be a pitcher friendly ballpark.
Target Field and the Minnesota Twins Champion Club seats are located behind home plate in sections 7-10. Champions Club tickets are the premier seats at Target Field, and the amenities include complimentary food and drink and in seat wait service, not to mention some of the best views at Target Field. These seats also provide access to the exclusive Champions Club itself, which boasts your standard lounge amenities like full bar and HD televisions
If you are looking to stay in the shade at the Minnesota Twins game at Target Field, you want to seek out seats on the 1st base side. You can also find shade in the 100 level seats behind home plate in the last few rows, and in the 300 level sections above row 10, which fall under the canopy.
The Legends Club at Target Field is located in the third level in sections A-R. Legends Club tickets span the entire infield, and include amenities such as access to the Kirby Puckett Lunge (near Section C), and the Carew Lounge (near section P). These lounge areas offer upscale amenities with food and beverage, large HD televisions, and comfortable seating areas.
Target Field is located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota and is the home of the Minnesota Twins. Target Field opened in 2010, and will host the 2016 MLB All-Star Game. Due to Target Field's geography, it has heated viewing areas and a heated field. Target Field has a capacity of 39,021.
The Minnesota Twins dugout is located in front of sections 3-6, and visitors dugout is located in front of sections 11-14. Both bullpens are located in left center field "double-decker" style, with the Twins bullpen being farther from the field (to the right of section 131).
Traveling to Target Field is incredibly easy, and typically 8,000 people take the METRO light rail system (the Blue Line), which takes you right to Target Field Station. If you are driving to Target Field, the ballpark is immediately adjacent to the A and B paring ramps of the large ABC Ramps complex at the end of interstate 394. For fans in the northwest suburbs, the Northstar Line commuter rail terminates in downtown Minneapolis with a station underneath the ballpark
The Budweiser Roof Deck at Target Field is designed for the ultimate outdoor experience. Located in left field, the Budweiser Roof Deck offers skyline views of downtown Minneapolis, bar and concessions area, and the signature fire pit for cool spring and fall nights (the only fire pit in baseball).
The best seats at Target Field are in the previously mentioned Champions Club seats behind home plate. However most baseball fans are not looking to spend that kind of money, so alternatively the 100 level sections around the infield are also a great option. Many Twins fans will tell you there isn't a bad seat in the house, and most every seat offers a view of the Minneapolis skyline aside from the bleacher and home run deck sections.
Sellers must disclose all information that is listed on their tickets. For example, obstructed view seats at Target Field would be listed for the buyer to consider (or review) prior to purchase. These notes include information regarding if the Target Field seat view is a limited view, side view, obstructed view or anything else pertinent.