MINNEAPOLIS — Ofduring this week’s homestand against the Seattle Mariners, the Minnesota Twins say they are taking proper precautions to keep fans cool.
“The safety and well-being of Target Field guests is paramount at every Twins home game and baseball event,” the team said in a statement. “With this week’s weather forecast, our guest services agents will be proactively monitoring our guests in the ballpark and will be ready to move guests to cooler and/or air-conditioned indoor locations if needed.”
The team said fans of the game can cool off in air-conditioned areas in the ballpark, such as the Town Ball Tavern and Truly On Deck. There are also free water bottle refill stations in the park.
The Twins also said fans can talk to guest services staff for help during the heat wave.
The Twins play the Mariners on Monday at 6:40 PM, Tuesday at the same time, and Wednesday at 12:10 PM. Expected highs for each day are 91, 94 and 99 degrees respectively.
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