4 Things To Know For Jan. 31, 2016 Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Jan. 31, 2016.
Twins Blog: Rod Carew Speaks From The HeartTwinsFest is usually a chance for fans and players get excited about the upcoming season. But for one Hall of Fame player, he was simply thankful to just be there.
Carew Makes Triumphant TwinsFest Appearance After Massive Heart AttackRod Carew is about four months removed from a massive heart attack that nearly killed him. The 70-year-old Hall of Fame infielder has to carry a battery-powered device with him everywhere he goes to keep his heart on track.
Working For The Weekend: Pond Hockey, TwinsFest & MoreIf you already have spring fever, good luck with that. We still have plenty of winter left. But we do have some events in Workin' for the Weekend that get us thinking about spring. And winter lovers, we didn't forget about you either.
Doctors Clear Rod Carew To Attend TwinsFest Next WeekendThe Minnesota Twins say Hall of Famer Rod Carew is healthy enough to attend the team's annual fan festival next weekend.
4 Things To Know: Trump's Comments, Grammy Snubs, TwinsFest & MoreFrom Presidential candidate Donald Trump's comments on Muslims to the sale of TwinsFest tickets, here's a look at the top stories for Tuesday, Dec. 8, 2015.
TwinsFest Tickets To Go On Sale TuesdayCalling all Twins fans! In just a few hours, tickets for TwinsFest will be available! Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Tuesday morning. They cost $20 for adults and $10 for kids 14 and younger.
TwinsFest Tickets Go On Sale TuesdayThe Minnesota Twins are expecting a sellout as tickets for their annual TwinsFest go on sale Tuesday morning. It's a chance for fans to experience baseball during the holiday season and get autographs from some of their favorite players.
TwinsFest Will Be At Target Field Jan. 29-31, 2016The Minnesota Twins announced Thursday that the annual TwinsFest to get fans ready for baseball season will be held at Target Field Jan. 29-31, 2016. It's a chance for fans to get closer to their favorite Twins players, something that can't be done once the regular season starts in April.
About 14,000 Hit Target Field For TwinsFestAn estimated 14,000 fans attended TwinsFest over the weekend, raising around $300,000 for the Twins Community Fund. This is year two of a three-year commitment to the event at Target Field.
Twins Return To Target Field For TwinsFest 2015It's time to start thinking spring. The Minnesota Twins have returned to Target Field, but not for a baseball game. TwinsFest is underway at the ballpark.
Recovered Buxton Aims For Bounce Back, Debut With TwinsThe fast track Byron Buxton has been on to the majors with the Minnesota Twins hit a huge speed bump last season. Ranked by Baseball America magazine as the top prospect in the game when the year began, Buxton sprained his left wrist diving for a ball in March during spring training. He aggravated the injury in May sliding into a base with Class A Fort Myers after five games.