Twins Fest was sold out on Saturday and fans were buying food, beverages, autographs and memorabilia.
Photos by Robert Lawson, News Director for KTOE News.
Sixty-five current and former players and coaches were in town for Twins Fest weekend. All-Star pitcher Pablo Lopez said he’s excited for his second season at Target Field:
“I love it here, being able to reflect and look back to my first year as a Minnesota Twin. I love everything that involves…I love the Minnesota culture. I love being part of Twins territory, Twins community.”
Lopez, newly elected Hall of Famer Joe Mauer, and many other Twins were at sold-out Twins Fest Saturday for “Signature Saturday.”
Target Field model
A presentation about the 1924 World Series
Author Joe Schmit signs “The Right Thing to Do: The Joe Mauer Story” book.
Twins Fest held games and activities for fans on Saturday in the Twin Cities.
There were other presentations and activities at Twins Fest too.
Fans wait in long lines to have items autographed by Minnesota Twins players at Twins Fest.
Twins fans gathered at Twins Fest.
Twins Fest was sold out Saturday.