We're just getting into the start of winter and it's already time to start talking about baseball season! The first day of winter on the calendar isn't even officially here yet and Minnesotans are already looking to spring and the start of another Twins baseball season.

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As I'm writing this I have my space heater on because I'm cold. So it's kind of hard to think about warm weather, cold beers, and baseball, but baseball season will be here in about 4 months. Crazy, I know.

Minnesota Twins Baseball 2024 Season

The first event to kick off the 2024 season is coming up at the end of January and that's TwinsFest. This is an event for all of the big Twins and baseball fans out there. Me, my dad, and my brother would go every year when I was a kid! The official dates are January 26th and 27th.

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Then spring training kicks off in Fort Meyers, FL. They'll play their first game on February 23rd against the Minnesota Golden Gophers.

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And finally, the regular season for 2024 starts at the end of March. The Twins start with away games with the first home game being on April 4th against the Cleveland Guardians.

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Minnesota Twins 2024 Tickets Go on Sale Wednesday

If you want to get some of the first tickets to a Twins game for the 2024 season, tickets go on sale this Wednesday, December 6th at 10 AM. That's tickets for the regular season but also tickets for TwinsFest and spring training.

I'm sure I'll end up at a game at Target Field sometime next summer so I'll see you there!

Minnesota Twins Carlos Correa's Amazing Lake House

While the Minnesota Twins were wrapping up Spring Training, newly-signed shortstop Carlos Correa was celebrating by buying a $7.5 million home on Lake Minnetonka.

Gallery Credit: Curt St. John

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