Twins, Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine collaborate for 'Mayo Clinic Monday Miles'

Fans can walk, jog or run on the Target Field warning track on 10 Mondays between May 20 and September 23

May 13th, 2019

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN – Offering a major league way to get exercise this summer, the Minnesota Twins today announced that the organization is working with Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine for “Mayo Clinic Monday Miles” – a unique program giving the public free access to walk, jog or run along the Target Field warning track over the noon hour on 10 different Mondays while the team is on the road (weather permitting), from May 20 to September 23. Initial registration is required to participate; to sign up, please visit

Mayo Clinic Monday Miles” will be held on May 20; June 3, 10 and 24; July 1, 15 and 29; August 12 and 26; and, September 23, with Target Field open from noon to 1 p.m. on those dates. Participants will be able to get their steps in along the quarter-mile-long loop of the Target Field warning track, with each lap beginning down the right field foul line, going along the outfield wall, behind home plate, and back. Strollers are welcome, and flat shoes are required.

Fans must enter Target Field at Gate 29, where on-site registration will be available if needed. Once finished with their warning track laps, participants are invited to continue walking to Mayo Clinic Sports Medicine (600 Hennepin Ave, Suite 310, Minneapolis) for more exciting information and prizing opportunities, and the opportunity to explore the clinic’s rehabilitation and training facility.

When (Noon to 1 p.m. each date):

Monday, May 20                             Monday, July 15                              

Monday, June 3                                Monday, July 29

Monday, June 10                             Monday, August 12

Monday, June 24                             Monday, August 26

Monday, July 1                                 Monday, September 23


Target Field – Starting at Gate 29.


Mayo Clinic Monday Miles” – an opportunity for the public to walk, jog or run around the Target Field warning track (0.25-mile per lap). Registration is free but required; to sign up, visit