Minnesota Twins vs Kansas City Royals

The MLB Kansas Royals were established in 1969 and are a member of the American League. The Royals currently play their home games at Kauffman Stadium, and have since 1973. The Royals have become a mainstay competitor in the Central Division, even be crowned the winners of a World Series. The "Royals" name originates from the American Royal Livestock Show, held in Kansas City since 1899. The Royals jerseys are back to their original color of powder blue.

The Minnesota Twins play their home baseball games at Target Field in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Target Field is an outdoor ballpark that opened for the 2010 season. Before moving to Target Field, the Minnesota Twins played at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. The Metrodome was voted one of the best home run fields as well as one of the loudest places to play.

The MLB Minnesota Twins are part of the American League and have won the American League Pennant numerous times. The Minnesota Twins won the World Series twice in 1987 and 1991. The Minnesota Twins played some of the best games in professional baseball during those World Championships.

There are several star players on the Minnesota Twins roster including St. Paul native Joe Mauer. The Minnesota Twins jerseys and Twins logo are blue, white and red. The team is named after the infamous Minnesota Twin Cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul.

Minnesota Twins tickets and Kansas City Royals tickets are always a hot commodity among baseball fans. The Minnesota Twins schedule and Kansas City Royals schedule include several outings between the teams. Royals and Twins tickets sell fast so if you want to sit between the bases, buy Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals tickets today!

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