The Minnesota Twins will clean house next weekend before leaving for new Twin Cities digs.
The Minnesota Twins are hoping to save the movers some heavy lifting.
The 2009 American League Central Division champions have played their last game in the Metrodome and will set up shop at the new Target Field next season. The club will hold a "moving sale" on Saturday, Nov. 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m including jerseys, giveaway leftovers and other collectibles.
"After 28 years of playing baseball in the Metrodome we’ve accumulated a vast array of items," said Patrick Klinger, Twins vice president of marketing. "We hope fans will come down and enjoy the opportunity to go home with some unique memorabilia we’ll have available."
The sale will take place in the Metrodome concourse. Free parking will be available in the Metrodome lot.
There is no specific list of items available as of yet, but the Twins say items in the sale include bobbleheads, Twins publications, artwork, Metrodome signage, jerseys, clothing and other memorabilia. More details will be released soon at twinsbaseball.com.
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