Target Field

Park Name: Target Field

Tenants: Minnesota Twins (American League)

Opened: 2010

Address: 1 Twins Way, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403

Dimensions: 339' (L), 411' (C), 328' (R)

Former Tenants:

University of Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA Division 1- Big Ten Conference) 2011

The view from behind home plate at Target Field.

The view from down the first base line.

The view from down the third base line, looking out into downtown Minneapolis.

The grandstand at Target Field, as seen from center field.

The pressbox behind home plate, with wooden seating on the second deck, and luxury boxes above.

The upper deck. Several indoor restaurants and seating areas sit in the upper seating bowl.

Padded box seats make up the rows behind home plate.

The grandstand wraps back around to face home plate, leaving minimal foul territory in the outfield corners.

A multi-level restaurant and club area with an open-air bar and Twins retired numbers on the facade takes up the left field corner of the field.

The left field bleachers, with flower boxes running along the top of the outfield fence.

Wooden fold down seats run along the top of the highest part of the outfield fence in right center field.

A glass enclosed club seating area in the right field corner of Target Field.

A group seating area, with drink rails and stools, behind the right field foul pole.

A stage along the outfield concourse allows the Twins television network to broadcast from inside the ballpark.

Outfield seating includes a small seating section above the batter's eye in center and the park's signature sloped seating deck in right field.

A small section of outfield seating extends out over the field of play in right.

The main concourse at Target Field.

A chain-mail style wall along the outfield concourse flutters in the wind, creating a sense of movement and a unique visual element for the park.

Plaques honoring Twins Hall of Famers run along the fence of the walkway leading into Target Field.

A mural outside the main entrance celebrates the former ballparks that have hosted professional baseball in the Twin Cities.

The lighting banks are built into the roof of the upper deck.

The bullpens sit side-by-side between the bleachers and the batter's eye in left center field.

The outfield wall features several sharp corners and angles, and the fence is much taller in right field than in left.

The scoreboard in left field at Target Field. The Minnesota shaped logo in center field lights up when the Twins hit a home run and the characters represent Minneapolis and St. Paul shake hands.

The Minnesota Twins on the field during a game at Target Field.