Address – CenturyLink Sports Complex
14100 Six Mile Cypress Parkway
Fort Myers, FL 33912
CenturyLink Sports Complex
14110 Six Mile Cypress Parkway
Fort Myers, FL 33912
Aisle Policy — As a courtesy to others and for the safety of all fans, we request that guests refrain from walking in the aisles while players are at bat. The Minnesota Twins also ask that guests do not sit on the stairs.
Alcohol Policy – Laws prohibit the sale of alcoholic beverages to minors (under 21), intoxicated persons, and those without proper identification. For the safety of our fans, alcohol sales conclude at the end of the 7th inning. The Minnesota Twins ask that you drink responsibly and respect the rights of others.
Animals – Animals are not allowed in the CenturyLink Sports Complex, with the exception of certified service animals for the disabled.
ATMs — There are three (3) ATM’s inside the CenturyLink Sports Complex. All locations are located on the main concourse, in front of the Team Store, and down the 1st base and 3rd baselines.
Autographs - Autographs will be allowed prior to and after every game when time and Major League rules permit. Unfortunately, we can’t guarantee that autograph opportunities will be available. For best results, be polite and have a pen or marker ready.
Baby Changing Stations — Baby changing tables are available in all restrooms.
Bags— Soft sided one compartment bags 16” by 16” by 8” or smaller are permitted in the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Bags and containers are subject to inspection by gate security prior to entering the ballpark. For more detailed information on what can be brought into the CenturyLink Sports Complex, please see the Entry Guidelines section below. Backpacks and multi compartment bags are not allowed.
Banners and Signs — The Minnesota Twins welcome the support of our guests as demonstrated by homemade signs and banners. To ensure that these articles do not distract others, we ask guests to adhere to the following guidelines: banners and signs may not contain advertising or carry disparaging or obscene messages; they may not cover any scoreboards, railings, existing advertising or LED boards; banners and signs may not be placed in the direct sightline of the batter and/or infringe on the sightlines of other guests during play. The Minnesota Twins request that all banners and signs pertain to the Twins or baseball and reserve the right to permit or remove any sign or banner from the CenturyLink Sports Complex at any time.
Batting Practice — The Minnesota Twins typically start batting practice 2 ½ hours prior to game time, with the opposing team taking batting practice beginning 1½ hours prior to game time. Batting practice always occurs at the Manager’s discretion. The main gates to the ballpark open two hours prior to the first pitch.
Beverages — Sealed, bottled water 32oz. or less and soft-sided single juice or milk containers are the only outside beverages permitted into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Guests may bring liquids required for legitimate medical purposes into the CenturyLink Sports Complex.
Bicycle Parking — Bicycle parking is available at the CenturyLink Sports Complex in a variety of different locations near the stadium.
Boardwalk – The CenturyLink Sports Complex has a concrete Boardwalk which allows fans access to seating in the outfield as well as a 360 degree view of the entire ballpark. Seating sections include: Bullpen Zone, Left Field Drink Rails, Left Field Lawn Seating, Scoreboard Pavilion, Grandstand, The Porch and the Right Field Bullpen. In addition to the Lee County Grill and Taste Jr. Concession stands behind the batter’s eye, bars in right field and by third base, portable kiosks offering food, beverages, and merchandise are accessible to guests on the outfield Boardwalk.
Television Broadcasts: Fox Sports North will telecast 11 home games as Dick Bremer, LaTroy Hawkins and Twins Hall of Famer Bert Blyleven make up the Spring Training television team. Additionally, there will be eight simulcasts featuring a combination of FOX Sports North cameras, graphics and replays, accompanied by analysis and play-by-play from TIBN talent Dan Gladden or Hawkins, and Dick Bremer, Cory Provus or Kris Atteberry. For more information on TV broadcasts and the schedule please visit twinsbaseball.com.
Radio Broadcasts: The 2020 Spring Training schedule will consist of 20 radio broadcasts as Cory Provus, Kris Atteberry and Dan Gladden return to the booth. These broadcasts can be heard on more than 80 different radio affiliates across the five-state area that comprise the Treasure Island Baseball Network. The home of Twins Baseball in the Twin Cities is WCCO 830 AM, who will air 14 of those 20 broadcasts. Additionally, all Spring Training broadcasts are streamed for free on the home page of twinsbaseball.com. Please visit the site for more information and a complete schedule of Spring Training broadcasts.
Cameras — Guests are welcome to bring still cameras into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Guests are asked to avoid obstructing the views of others by not standing in the aisles when using camera equipment. Tripods and monopods are not permitted into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Photography of the CenturyLink Sports Complex or Twins players cannot be used commercially without written permission from the Minnesota Twins.
Capacity – The capacity of Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex is 8,730.
Children’s Admission/Tickets — The Minnesota Twins offer complimentary admission (no ticket required) for children less than 30” in height for Spring Training games, provided they are accompanied by an adult with a valid ticket. These children must sit on the lap of the accompanying adult and not occupy an additional seat.
Coolers — Coolers and bags of any size with hard sides are not allowed in the ballpark. Soft-sided containers and bags 16” by 16” by 8” or smaller are permitted into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. The Minnesota Twins reserve the right to inspect and remove any package or container or its contents.
Concessions – New for 2020 is The Bomba Bar & Grill located on the first base concourse which features Beef and Chicken Tacos, Quesadillas and Healthy quinoa bowls topped a with fresh vegetables and your choice of four different hot sauces. For a little pick me up we have cold or hot coffee also located on the first base concourse. Over by our 3rd base bar we have the new Taste of Florida location which consists of Lightly fried Shrimp, Grouper or Gator on either a Po’boy or a Taco topped with a fresh tangy remoulade. More concession information is available at the Fairfield Inn Guest Services booth on game days.
Conduct – Abusive or derogatory language is prohibited by Major League Baseball. Guests appearing to be intoxicated, or those in prohibited areas will be escorted out of the stadium. Patrons refusing to abide by these guidelines are subject to ejection from the ballpark and arrest.
Driving/Directions — For detailed information about getting to the CenturyLink Sports Complex, view the CenturyLink Sports Complex Parking Information.
Dugouts — The Minnesota Twins’ dugout is located on the third base side of the field. The Visitors’ dugout is along the first base side.
Elevators — There are two public elevators located inside the towers on the first and third base sides of the CenturyLink Sports Complex.
Emergencies – Security officers are present before, during, and after all games throughout the stadium. If a security officer is needed at any time, please notify a staff member or usher or go to the Fairfield Inn Guest Services Booths.
Emergency Evacuation — In case of emergency, you will be directed as to how to orderly evacuate the CenturyLink Sports Complex by Twins Event Staff, PA announcements, and Scoreboard instructions.
Entry Guidelines — Only those guests with valid tickets or credentials are permitted into Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. The main gates to the ballpark open two hours prior to the first pitch.
- Bags/Backpacks/Coolers — Soft-sided one compartment bags 16” by 16” by 8” or smaller are permitted into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. The Minnesota Twins reserve the right to inspect and remove any package or container or its contents. Coolers and bags of any size with hard sides are not allowed in the ballpark. Backpacks and bags with multiple pockets are also not allowed into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to the ballpark to avoid delays at security gate checkpoints.
- Beverages – Sealed, bottled water 32oz. or less and soft-sided single juice or milk containers are the only outside beverages permitted into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Guests may bring liquids required for legitimate medical purposes into the CenturyLink Sports Complex.
- Food – Guests may bring food into the CenturyLink Sports Complex required for legitimate medical purposes only.
- Prohibited Items — For the general safety of all guests the following items are not allowed into the CenturyLink Sports Complex: aerosol cans, animals (services animals are permitted), ball retrievers, balloons, bats, beach balls, boom boxes, brooms, fireworks, fish nets, flasks, frisbees, glass bottles, hard sided coolers, laser pointers, lawn chairs, noise-making devices, skateboards/rollerblades, toy guns, weapons, wooden sticks, or rods. Small whiskbrooms and small souvenir bats are permitted. Unmanned Arial Devices are prohibited on CenturyLink Sports Complex property.
- Security – There will be continued security measures as required by Major League Baseball at the CenturyLink Sports Complex this year, with the most visible being the use of metal detectors at all gate entrance points along with enhanced bag check procedures. Fans will be allowed to hold onto cell phones, keys, wallets and clutch purses while going through the metal detectors. We don’t expect that these procedures will create any major inconvenience or lengthy delays. However, it is a good idea to arrive a bit earlier to allow for extra time to enter and get seated prior to the start of the game. When at the ballpark, always remember “if you see something, says something” to a Twins security staff member.
First Aid — Fans in need of medical attention should inform an usher, Sheriff’s Deputy, concession worker, or staff member immediately. First Aid locations are located on the 3rd base side of the concourse across from the team store and located on the Boardwalk beyond the outfield batter’s eye.
Foul Balls — Fans are entitled to keep any baseball landing in the seats. Batted balls and bats sailing into the stands can be inherently dangerous, and as a ticket holder you do assume that risk. The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels, Minnesota Twins, and Lee County are not liable for any guest injured by a thrown or batted ball or bat that enters the seating area. Please do not reach over the wall onto the playing surface to retrieve foul balls, and please do not push/shove patrons in order to track down a foul ball. Please pay attention to the activities on the field at all times.
Fort Myers Mighty Mussels – The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels is the High Class-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins. The Mighty Mussels play 70 home games at the CenturyLink Sports Complex, starting the first week in April and ending the first week of September. For more information, log onto mightymussels.com or call (239) 768-4210. The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels is also on Facebook at facebook.com/mightymussels. Follow the Mighty Mussels on their official Twitter feed at twitter.com/mightymussels. The Fort Myers Mighty Mussels offices are located on the fourth floor of Hammond Stadium. Mailing address for the Mighty Mussels is: 14400 Six Mile Cypress Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33912.
Guest Code of Conduct — All guests attending Twins events are expected to comply with the following Minnesota Twins Guest Code of Conduct. The Minnesota Twins are committed to creating a safe, comfortable, and enjoyable CenturyLink Sports Complex experience. Our Event Staff will proactively intervene to support an environment where: obscene or indecent clothing will not detract from the guest experience; guests will enjoy the baseball experience free from foul/abusive language or obscene gestures; guests will respect the safety of other guests and field participants; the throwing of any object is strictly prohibited; guests will refrain from displays of affection not appropriate in a public, family setting; intervention with an impaired or intoxicated guest is handled in a prompt and safe manner; guests will show their ticket when requested and sit only in their ticketed seat; the progress of the game will not be disrupted by guests’ actions or unauthorized persons on the playing field. The Minnesota Twins reserve the right to deny or immediately revoke admission to any guest that does not comply with these guidelines, or otherwise detracts from other guests’ enjoyment of the game. Guests are encouraged to report any disruptive behavior to the nearest member of the Guest Services or Twins Security Staff. Remember, if you see something, say something.
Guest Feedback — Throughout Spring Training, guests are encouraged to express their thoughts about their guest experience at the CenturyLink Sports Complex by visiting our Fairfield Inn Guest Services booths or sending an email to [email protected].
Guest Interference — In the interest of player and guest safety, the Minnesota Twins maintain a zero tolerance policy regarding guest interference with a ball in play, disruption of an event at the CenturyLink Sports Complex, or interference with a VIP. Failure to comply with this policy will result in immediate removal from the ballpark and the CenturyLink Sports Complex grounds.
Guest Service Centers — The Fairfield Inn Guest Services booths are located by the main concourse on both sides of the grand staircase. Here you will find answers to all your questions and have the opportunity to provide feedback. Programs and pocket schedules can also be found here.
Guests with Disabilities — Accessible seating is available in designated sections throughout the stadium. All restroom facilities offer wheelchair access. Elevator and ramp access make travel efficient for all guests.
Handicapped Parking – Handicapped parking is available in the CenturyLink Sports Complex parking lot. Spots are limited and cannot be reserved in advance.
I.D. Policy — The following are accepted forms of I.D. for purposes of purchasing alcohol at the CenturyLink Sports Complex: valid state-issued Driver’s License or I.D. card, valid Canadian Driver’s License, valid Military I.D. card, and valid passport. Unfortunately we are not able to accept clipped I.D. cards as age-verification for alcohol purchases, even with the accompanying paperwork. Guests that appear to be younger than 30 years old will be required to show identification in order to purchase alcohol.
Lactation Room – The CenturyLink Sports Complex offers private accommodations for nursing mothers. From the main concourse take elevator 2 located behind section 105 down to Field Level 1. The lactation room will be located on your left next to the press dining room. Please see any guest services staff member for more assistance.
Lawn Seating - Located down the right field line and beyond the left field fence, these grassy hills are a perfect spot to watch the game. Fans are welcome to bring towels or small blankets, but chairs are not allowed. You must have a specific Lawn ticket to sit in this area.
Liability – In the interest of your safety, the Minnesota Twins ask for your attention to the following: Baseball is an inherently dangerous game and spectators should, for their safety, pay close attention to the game and keep their eyes on the playing field at all times. Spectators at the CenturyLink Sports Complex assume all risks and danger, and release of the management, CenturyLink Sports Complex, the Minnesota Twins, the participating clubs, and their respective agents or employees from any liability for personal injury and property loss, whether occurring prior to, during, or after the actual playing of the game and whether caused by a person’s negligence or otherwise, including without limitation injury, loss or damage caused by baseballs or baseball bats thrown or hit into the seating area.
Lost and Found — Before, during, or immediately following the game, fans who have lost or found an item should report it to the Fairfield Inn Guest Services Booths. To locate lost items on non-game days call the CenturyLink Sports Complex offices at (239) 533-7642.
Lost Guests — Children and adults separated from their party will be escorted to the Fairfield Inn Guest Service Booths. For assistance in locating a lost guest, contact the nearest Usher, Guest Service Representative or Security Officer. A guest who has become separated from his or her party should proceed to the Fairfield Inn Guest Service Booths.
Merchandise/Souvenirs – The Team Store features a complete line of Spring Training merchandise and novelties to make your trip to Spring Training a memorable one. You can access the lower level of the store from ground level outside the ballpark and the upper level from inside the main concourse. There is a Florida themed novelty stand located on the Boardwalk in the Right Field corner. There is also a merchandise stand located down the 3rd baseline. The external, ground level team store hours are listed below:
From January 6 to February 2
Monday-Friday 10AM to 4PM, Saturday 10AM to 2PM, and Closed on Sunday.
February 3 to March 23
Monday-Friday 10AM to 4PM, and Saturday/Sunday 10AM to 2PM.
The Team Store is also open during all Spring Training home games at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. (All times listed above are in Eastern Time).
Minnesota Day – Enjoy a pre-game tailgate party with fellow Minnesotans prior to the game on Sunday March 15th versus the Atlanta Braves at 1:05.
Minnesota Gophers – On Friday February 21st the Minnesota Twins will play an exhibition game against the Minnesota Golden Gophers at 6:05 PM. Tickets and parking are half priced.
MLB Ballpark App – The MLB Ballpark App is the official app of the Minnesota Twins and Major League Baseball.
Motorcycle Parking – Parking for motorcycles is located on the east side of the parking lot on Pohlad Lane up against the parking lot perimeter fence along Six Mile Cypress Parkway.
Netting – The protective netting at Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex starts on the outfield side of the Right Field Lawn seating area on the 1st base line, and proceeds behind home plate through the middle of section 114 on the 3rd base line.
Paging — Paging a guest at the CenturyLink Sports Complex is only done in the case of emergencies. If a guest receives a page, he or she should report to the Fairfield Inn Guest Services Booths.
Parking — Plenty of parking is available in the CenturyLink Sports Complex lots. The fee is $10 per car on day of game. Season Ticket Holders have the option to purchase parking for every game at $7 per game. Guests are required to follow the directions given by the parking attendants.
Post-Game Fireworks – Watch the skies above the CenturyLink Sports Complex explode to the delight of many with a post-game spectacular following the Twins vs. Baltimore Orioles on Thursday March 12th, weather permitting.
Postponed/Canceled Games — The right to delay the start of a game rests with the home club. Once both team managers meet with the home plate umpire and exchange lineup cards, the right to determine whether the game will be interrupted or terminated is at the discretion of the Umpiring Crew Chief. Under the provisions of the Official Playing Rules, the Umpiring Crew Chief has sole and unquestioned authority to determine whether and when play is halted, when play will be resumed, and whether and when a game will be terminated due to bad weather or unsafe playing conditions. In the event of a postponed or cancelled event, guests are advised to check twinsbaseball.com, or call us at 1-800-33-TWINS for further information.
Promotions – The first 3,000 fans through the gates on Tuesday March 3rd vs. the Detroit Tigers and Wednesday March 18th vs the Baltimore Orioles will receive a collectible pin.
Publications — The official Spring Training publication of the Minnesota Twins is available for $5 at the Fairfield Inn Guest Services Booths, all merchandise locations, and at tables on the veranda as you take the stairs into the ballpark.
Questions – Comments, suggestions and questions are welcome at the Fairfield Inn Guest Services Booths, or by email at [email protected].
Rain Delay — Even during inclement weather, the Minnesota Twins will make every effort to play scheduled games. Please refer to the Postponed Games section for more information.
Rainout/Reschedule Policy — In the event of a postponed or cancelled event, guests are advised to check twinsbaseball.com, or call us at 1-800-33-TWINS for further information.
Recycling — The Minnesota Twins are committed to operating the CenturyLink Sports Complex in a sustainable manner. There are many recycling receptacles located around the ballpark. In an effort to be more environmentally friendly, we urge all fans to recycle when applicable.
Re-entry — Guests may not leave Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex and re-enter once they have entered the stadium.
Restrooms – Men’s and Women’s Restrooms are located on the first and third base sides of the main concourse. There are also Restrooms in Centerfield to accommodate fans in the outfield Boardwalk. For your convenience, Family Restrooms are also located on the first and third baseline of the main concourse, the First Base Terrace Level, and the Centerfield Batters Eye.
Ride Share – There is one designated ride share pick up and drop off location at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. It is located on the main thoroughfare between the general parking lot and the Twins Minor League Offices.
Rochester Red Wings – On Monday March 23rd the Minnesota Twins will play an exhibition game against their AAA affiliate the Rochester Red Wings at 12:05 PM. Tickets and parking are half priced.
Schedules – Pocket schedules for the Twins 2020 Spring Training and Regular season are available at the CenturyLink Sports Complex Ticket Office or by calling 1-800-33-TWINS.
Scoreboard Messages — Have your personalized message displayed during the middle of the 5th inning of a Minnesota Twins Spring Training game for only $25. All Spring Training scoreboard message must be submitted online at twinsbaseball.com/springscoreboard. Scoreboard messages must be submitted at least 48 hours prior to the chosen game. All proceeds benefit the Minnesota Twins Community Fund. If you have any additional questions please contact 1-800-33-TWINS or 612-33-TWINS
Section and Seat Numbering — The infield seating sections begin with 101 in the Box level and 201 in the View level, starting from just beyond the infield on the 1st base side and proceeding clockwise around the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Outfield and Boardwalk seating sections continue past sections 115 clockwise around the outfield. Seats at the CenturyLink Sports Complex are numbered so that lower numbers are on the right-hand side of the row and higher numbers are on the left-hand side of the row (as you look towards the field).
Shade Seating – The CenturyLink Sports Complex offers shade seating for our guests and is available in the top 3 rows of the Home Plate View sections (201-217). There is also a shaded standing room area on the terrace level (Sections 301 and 302) located on the 1st and 3rd baselines. If you need shade seating, please request it when ordering tickets in person or over the phone.
Smoking/Tobacco Policy — The CenturyLink Sports Complex is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is not allowed anywhere within the complex. Electronic Cigarettes are also prohibited at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. As a reminder, there is no re-entry into Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex.
Stadium Dimensions – Left Field – 330 Feet, Center Field – 405 Feet, Right Field – 330 Feet.
Standing Room Only/Ballpark Access – Standing Room Only areas are available at the CenturyLink Sports Complex, located around the Boardwalk and the first and third base terrace levels. As a reminder, fans are not allowed to stand in the cross aisle of the main bowl to watch the game. Fans are also not permitted to stand in the grand entry way behind home plate.
Strollers – The CenturyLink Sports Complex welcomes guests who utilize their own strollers. However, the use of strollers should not in any way inhibit general guest movement or block any aisle ways. Strollers must be able to fold, and you will be asked to leave your stroller at the base of the 200 seating section nearest to your seat. Strollers are not available to rent.
T.C. — T.C. is the official mascot of the Minnesota Twins. In his spare time T.C. likes to make appearances at Twins Youth Clinics, schools, hospitals, and parades throughout the year. T.C. is available for private events and birthday parties in the upper Midwest by contacting the Public Relations Department at 612-659-3505.
Tailgating – Tailgating is not allowed at the CenturyLink Sports Complex, with the exception of the pre-game tailgate for Minnesota Day on March 15th, 2020.
Tickets — The CenturyLink Sports Complex Box Office is located to the left of the fountain. Tickets may also be purchased online at twinsbaseball.com or by phone at 1-800-33-TWINS or 612-33-TWINS.
- Advance tickets — Guests are encouraged to purchase tickets well in advance of game day at the CenturyLink Sports Complex Box Office, by phone at 1-800-33-TWINS, or online at twinsbaseball.com.
- Box Office Hours –
From January 6 to February 2
Monday-Friday 10AM to 4PM, Saturday 10AM to 2PM, and Closed on Sunday.
- February 3 to March 23
Monday-Friday 10AM to 4PM, and Saturday/Sunday 10AM to 2PM.
- The Box Office is also open during all Spring Training home games at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. (All times listed above are in Eastern Time).
- Group tickets — Groups of 15 or more receive $2-$4 off on select seating areas for select games. This excludes games on March 9th, 14th, 20th, and 21st and the exhibition games on February 21st and March 23rd. For more information please call 1-800-33-TWINS. Be sure to ask about the special $5 group discount for all February games.
- Pick Five Plan – The Twins offer a discounted Spring Training Pick Five Plan. This mini ticket plan provides the flexibility to choose your game dates from four separate categories. New this year, if you purchase the Spring Training pick 5 pack, you will receive a free ticket to see the Twins take on either the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers or the Rochester Red Wings. For more information please visit twinsbaseball.com/springtraining or call 1-800-33-TWINS.
- Season Tickets – Season ticket holders receive discounts of up to 20% off the single game ticket price and also have the same great seat for every game. Season ticket holders also have the opportunity to purchase a discounted season ticket parking package. For more information on 2020 Spring Training Season Tickets, please call 1-800-33-TWINS.
- Senior Days - On select games, fans 55 and older can purchase the Senior Special, which includes a Home Plate View seat, Pepsi, and hot dog for just $29 (alternate food items available upon request). This special is available on February 23rd, 26th, March 6th, 11th and 18th. To order the Senior Day special please visit twinsbaseball.com, or call 1-800-33-TWINS. To redeem your Senior Day food voucher for the regular hot dog and Pepsi fountain drink, please visit the main concession stands behind home plate. Alternate food options are available for the Senior Day special at Concession Stand 4 along the 3rd baseline.
- Salute to Service - Active military members, veterans, police, EMT’s, firefighters or teachers can receive half-price tickets in The Porch or Home Plate View seating levels to the following games: Sunday February 23rd vs. Toronto, Saturday February 29th vs. Pittsburgh Pirates and Thursday March 12th vs Baltimore Orioles. Tickets must be purchased in person with a valid ID at the Hammond Stadium Box Office located within the CenturyLink Sports Complex.
- Ticket Resale — To avoid problems with counterfeit, stolen, or voided tickets, purchase tickets only at the Hammond Stadium Box Office located within the CenturyLink Sports Complex Box Office, by calling 1-800-33-TWINS or visiting twinsbaseball.com. The official secondary-market ticket partner of MLB is StubHub. StubHub is the only authorized secondary-market provider for all MLB teams and may be reached online at stubhub.com. The resale of Minnesota Twins tickets is strictly prohibited on the CenturyLink Sports Complex property. Anyone doing so will be immediately removed from the ballpark and the CenturyLink Sports Complex property.
Twins Community Fund — As the charitable arm of the Minnesota Twins, the Twins Community Fund benefits many Southwest Florida and Upper Midwest charities, focusing on families and children. For more information on the Community Fund please call the Public Relations Department at (612) 659-3505 or visit twinsbaseball.com/community.
Twins Credit Card – The Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with U.S. Bank, are once again offering the Twins MasterCard. For information or to apply for a Twins MasterCard, please call 1-800-33-TWINS.
Umbrellas – Umbrellas are permitted inside the CenturyLink Sports Complex but may not be used in the seating areas of the facility due to safety concerns and the obstructions they cause for other guests.
Video Cameras – Guests are welcome to bring still cameras and video cameras into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. The use of video cameras is permitted before the game however, Major League Baseball regulations prohibit the use of video cameras once the game begins. Guests are asked to avoid obstructing the views of others by standing in aisles when using video equipment. Tripods and monopods are not permitted into the CenturyLink Sports Complex. Video of the CenturyLink Sports Complex or Twins players cannot be used commercially without written permission from the Minnesota Twins.
Website – the Official Minnesota Twins website provides the latest Twins and player information and can be found at twinsbaseball.com. The Minnesota Twins are also on Facebook at facebook.com/twins. Follow the Twins on Twitter at twitter.com/twins, the official Twitter of the Minnesota Twins.
Will Call – The Will Call windows at the CenturyLink Sports Complex are located at the Main Box Office. Photo identification is required to pick up tickets at any sales window. Windows 7 and 8 located at the main Box Office will be utilized for all complimentary tickets pick-up, including Press and Player pick-up.