Baseball is back, and the Minnesota Twins are thrilled to safely welcome fans, in a limited capacity, back into Hammond Stadium at the CenturyLink Sports Complex for the 2021 Spring Training Season! Additionally, the Twins and Fort Myers Mighty Mussels, in collaboration with MLB and public health officials, will implement enhanced health and safety policies and procedures at the CenturyLink Sports Complex adhering to requirements and guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For complete Hammond Stadium Health & Safety Policies & Procedures, and full ticketing details, please click here.
In accordance with the new protocols, slightly more than 2,400 fans per game (about 28 percent of the normal capacity of 8,730) can attend a 2021 Twins Spring Training home game at Hammond Stadium, as the club has developed a physically-distanced seating plan utilizing “pods” (sold in sets of exactly 2 or 4 contiguous seats only) to maximize guest comfort and safety. Due to limited capacity, season and group ticket plans have been discontinued this spring. Existing Twins Spring Training Season Ticket Holders will have exclusive access to purchase single-game tickets for the 2021 campaign beginning Thursday, February 18. Remaining inventory for Twins 2021 Grapefruit League home games at Hammond Stadium will go on sale to the general public beginning at 10 a.m. CT / 11 a.m. ET on Wednesday, February 24.
- The Minnesota Twins and Fort Myers Mighty Mussels are steadfast in our commitment to provide our fans with the safest environment possible at the CenturyLink Sports Complex. For complete Hammond Stadium Health & Safety Policies & Procedures, and full ticketing details, please click here.
- The Twins have developed a physically-distanced seating plan for Hammond Stadium in 2021. Tickets will only be available for purchase in seating “pods” of exactly two (2) or four (4) contiguous seats, with each pod physically distanced from other patrons. Stadium capacity will be limited.
- Ticketholders are expressly forbidden from reselling portions of a seating “pod” to others, and the Minnesota Twins reserve the right to rescind admission to any fan caught doing so.
- Under MLB's operating procedures for 2021, Spring Training games may be less than nine innings, per mutual agreement by the two Club field managers.
The terms and conditions of your ticket and policies applicable to use are updated to address COVID-19, health and safety policies, and seating pods. Read them here. By purchasing a Twins ticket, you accept all Terms and Conditions as well as policies applicable to use.