2014 All-Star Game
The Twin Cities are seeing another benefit from hosting the 2014 All-Star Game. Major League Baseball and the Minnesota Twins are funding a program that provides free eye exams to people who can’t afford to see a doctor.
When baseball is the special bond between you and your dad, the All-Star Game is the ultimate experience. Dave Anderson knew taking his son, Keith, to that game would be one of their greatest memories.
In just four days, the Twin Cities will step into the national spotlight when the best in baseball head to Target Field. The 2014 All-Star Game will bring an estimated 160,000 visitors to Minneapolis. Keeping everyone safe is a top priority for law enforcement.
The countdown is on! In less than a month, baseball’s biggest names will be in the Twin Cities for an All-American celebration: Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. This is the third Mid-Summer Classic the Twins have been honored to host.
Baseball fans may enjoy an All-Star closing time when the midsummer classic comes to Target Field. The Minnesota Twins are hosting the 2014 All-Star Game on July 15. The event is expected to bring in 160,000 fans and even more money to the city.
The official 2014 All-Star Game logo has plenty of Twins-tendencies. Focusing on the iconic ballpark structure that stands within the shadow of downtown Minneapolis, the Minnesota Twins’ core colors of navy and red combine on the logo with a blue sky and tan-colored skyline which harkens to the locally quarried limestone used throughout Target Field.
The Minnesota Twins will be the home of the 2014 All-Star Game, making it the third time the Twin Cities has hosted the event.