The Minnesota Ballpark Authority voted Thursday to change how it uses the publicly owned suite at Target Field given the uproar over the use of two publicly owned luxury suites during the inaugural season at U.S. Bank Stadium last year. Read more here.
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Ballpark Authority Votes to Restrict Use of It’s Target Field Suite
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Audit Will Force Changes to Ballpark Authority’s Suite Use at Target Field
The chair of the Minnesota Ballpark Authority — the five-member board that oversees Target Field — said she will meet with state next week to review the use of an authority-controlled suite at the stadium. Read more here.
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Minnesota Ballpark Authority Takes Wait-and-See Approach in Wake of MFSA Scandal
They aren’t the subject of an investigation, but the board of another publicly owned stadium in Minneapolis is keeping an eye out for the results of an ongoing state audit. Read more here.
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Twins Bringing Back Trees? (UPDATED)
As the Minnesota Twins prepare to pitch proposed upgrades to the right-field bleacher section of Target Field at the Minnesota Ballpark Authority’s board meeting Thursday, there is talk that the club is considering bringing back the 14 black spruce trees behind the center field wall. The trees were removed post-last season, after batters complained the aesthetically-pleasing greenery was a Continue reading →