One of the new things fans will find at Target Field this season is the Gate 34 Experience. The gates have been pushed out onto Target Plaza creating a new green space for fans to hangout during games. There's also a new market showcasing locally-made art, clothes, and food. Joining us now is two of the vendors, Robyn Frank from Thumbs Cookies and Paul Mooty from Faribault Woolen Mill. (3:33) WCCO Mid-Morning – March 28, 2019

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