Target Field

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Target Field
Target Field - Opening Day of Inaugural Season.jpg
Location 1 Twins Way (3rd Ave. N, between 5th St. N and 7th St. N), Minneapolis, Minnesota
Coordinates 44°58′54″N 93°16′42″W / 44.98167°N 93.27833°W / 44.98167; -93.27833Coordinates: 44°58′54″N 93°16′42″W / 44.98167°N 93.27833°W / 44.98167; -93.27833
Broke ground August 30, 2007
Opened January 4, 2010 (first day of operations)
March 27, 2010 (college baseball game)
April 2, 2010 (Twins' exhibition)
April 12, 2010 (Twins' regular season)
Owner Minnesota Ballpark Authority [1]
Operator Minnesota Twins
Surface Grass
Construction cost USD $ 545 million [2]
Architect Populous
Capacity 39,504 [3]
41,000 (Standing Room Only) [4]
Field dimensions Left Field - 339 feet (103 m)
Left-Center - 377 feet (115 m)
Center Field left corner - 411 feet (125 m)
Center Field right corner - 403 feet (123 m)
Right-Center - 365 feet (111 m)
Right Field - 328 feet (100 m)
Tenants
Minnesota Twins (MLB) (2010–present)

Target Field is the home baseball park of the Minnesota Twins. It is in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is the team's sixth ballpark and third in Minnesota. The Twins moved to Target Field in 2010 after 28 seasons at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. It is the first stadium built just for the Twins. Twins staff moved in on January 4, 2010.[5]

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Preceded by
Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome
Home of the
Minnesota Twins

2010 – present
Succeeded by
Current