Twins 2011 schedule

Big D will be in the house June 28-30 when the L.A. Dodgers are at the new Twins’ field.
I find no need to mention the paid-for name of the field. Their sell-out broadcasters mention it enough.
It was amazingly pathetic/typical how fast the Twins had the naming rights sold.
It was like, ballpark bill passed at Minnesota legislature: 1 minute later, “xxxxx Field” is born.
Anyways, here is the 2011 slate.
2011 Minnesota Twins Schedule
Times TBA
April 1 at Toronto
April 2 at Toronto
April 3 at Toronto
April 4 at N.Y. Yankees
April 5 at N.Y. Yankees
April 6 at N.Y. Yankees
April 7 at N.Y. Yankees
April 8 Oakland
April 9 Oakland
April 10 Oakland
April 12 Kansas City
April 13 Kansas City
April 14 at Tampa Bay
April 15 at Tampa Bay
April 16 at Tampa Bay
April 17 at Tampa Bay
April 18 at Baltimore
April 19 at Baltimore
April 20 at Baltimore
April 21 at Baltimore
April 22 Cleveland
April 23 Cleveland
April 24 Cleveland
April 26 Tampa Bay
April 27 Tampa Bay
April 28 Tampa Bay
April 29 at Kansas City
April 30 at Kansas City
May 1 at Kansas City
May 3 at Chicago White Sox
May 4 at Chicago White Sox
May 6 at Boston
May 7 at Boston
May 8 at Boston
May 9 at Boston
May 10 Detroit
May 11 Detroit
May 13 Toronto
May 14 Toronto
May 15 Toronto
May 16 at Seattle
May 17 at Seattle
May 18 at Oakland
May 19 at Oakland
May 20 at Arizona
May 21 at Arizona
May 22 at Arizona
May 23 Seattle
May 24 Seattle
May 25 Seattle
May 27 L.A. Angels
May 28 L.A. Angels
May 29 L.A. Angels
May 30 at Detroit
May 31 at Detroit
June 1 at Detroit
June 2 at Kansas City
June 3 at Kansas City
June 4 at Kansas City
June 5 at Kansas City
June 6 at Cleveland
June 7 at Cleveland
June 8 at Cleveland
June 9 Texas
June 10 Texas
June 11 Texas
June 12 Texas
June 14 Chicago White Sox
June 15 Chicago White Sox
June 16 Chicago White Sox
June 17 San Diego
June 18 San Diego
June 19 San Diego
June 21 at San Francisco
June 22 at San Francisco
June 23 at San Francisco
June 24 at Milwaukee
June 25 at Milwaukee
June 26 at Milwaukee
June 28 L.A. Dodgers
June 29 L.A. Dodgers
June 30 L.A. Dodgers
July 1 Milwaukee
July 2 Milwaukee
July 3 Milwaukee
July 4 Tampa Bay
July 5 Tampa Bay
July 6 Tampa Bay
July 7 at Chicago White Sox
July 8 at Chicago White Sox
July 9 at Chicago White Sox
July 10 at Chicago White Sox
July 14 Kansas City
July 15 Kansas City
July 16 Kansas City
July 17 Kansas City
July 18 Cleveland
July 19 Cleveland
July 20 Cleveland
July 21 Detroit
July 22 Detroit
July 23 Detroit
July 24 Detroit
July 25 at Texas
July 26 at Texas
July 27 at Texas
July 28 at Texas
July 29 at Oakland
July 30 at Oakland
July 31 at Oakland
Aug. 2 at L.A. Angels
Aug. 3 at L.A. Angels
Aug. 4 at L.A. Angels
Aug. 5 Chicago White Sox
Aug. 6 Chicago White Sox
Aug. 7 Chicago White Sox
Aug. 8 Boston
Aug. 9 Boston
Aug. 10 Boston
Aug. 12 at Cleveland
Aug. 13 at Cleveland
Aug. 14 at Cleveland
Aug. 15 at Detroit
Aug. 16 at Detroit
Aug. 17 at Detroit
Aug. 18 N.Y. Yankees
Aug. 19 N.Y. Yankees
Aug. 20 N.Y. Yankees
Aug. 21 N.Y. Yankees
Aug. 22 Baltimore
Aug. 23 Baltimore
Aug. 24 Baltimore
Aug. 25 Baltimore
Aug. 26 Detroit
Aug. 27 Detroit
Aug. 28 Detroit
Aug. 29 at Chicago White Sox
Aug. 30 at Chicago White Sox
Aug. 31 at Chicago White Sox
Sept. 2 at L.A. Angels
Sept. 3 at L.A. Angels
Sept. 4 at L.A. Angels
Sept. 5 Chicago White Sox
Sept. 6 Chicago White Sox
Sept. 7 Chicago White Sox
Sept. 9 at Detroit
Sept. 10 at Detroit
Sept. 11 at Detroit
Sept. 13 at Kansas City
Sept. 14 at Kansas City
Sept. 16 Cleveland
Sept. 17 Cleveland
Sept. 18 Cleveland
Sept. 20 Seattle
Sept. 21 Seattle
Sept. 22 Seattle
Sept. 23 at Cleveland
Sept. 24 at Cleveland
Sept. 25 at Cleveland
Sept. 26 Kansas City
Sept. 27 Kansas City
Sept. 28 Kansas City

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