Explore the Site
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The entrance at Gate 3.
Circulation ramps: Wrigley (classic, integrated) and Kauffman (modern, external)
Items promoting the Twins 2014 All-Star Game bid. I got to bring one of these buckets home, and Noah got his first-ever taste of Cracker Jacks.
Here's an idea of what these Loge Boxes are all about. That guy is a waiter with no fans to serve. They seemed to have one server for about every four boxes.
Rich Pogin (left) and Bruce Lambrecht (Source: Skyway News)
The creative design of the admin building stands in stark contrast to the horribly pedestrian appearance of the LRT platform. This design looks like it came out of a public transportation manual.
Walkway construction is progressing
Looking across the top of the B parking ramp. Notice that signage will block any attempts at seeing the game from up there. Also take note of the glassed in area which is part club and part office space for the Ballpark Authority.
A cold afternoon in 323, but we had our trusty Twins blanket -- made by my mom when Noah was born.
Now from the inside looking at the same area.
The view from the corner of Ford Centre. (Feel free to tie up your boats here.)
20 minutes to get from our seat to the street. Miss this place? Nah.
Plaza overview from the A ramp
Left field bench seating
This little pathway snakes between the LRT tracks and the Environmental Services Building, emptying into the parking area surrounding the HERC. It could be for maintenance, but it looks more like it's for convenience.
Approach in the A ramp to the skywalk over Seventh
Gate 29 Carew
Selling exactly what they say they're selling.
The first passengers are about to arrive, but the switch is set for the wrong track (those guys walked all the way out to correct it)
Playing surface dirt out there? Maybe. (click to enlarge)
Open house skeptics
An early concept for the pedestrial bridge. (Source: Ballpark Authority, RP)
After the rain. (We were in the wrong spot to see the rainbow...)
The HERC promenade side.
July 7, 1966 (Click to see the entire scorecard with ads)
The east wall of the building looks like it will be the first part completed. These are probably supports for the plaza, and they hug the very edge of the site.
This is the trapezoid (for lack of a better name) in right center. Be sure to notice section of seats just below the pavilion and above the fence (which I hadn't noticed before). For those who are interested, what looks like an old-style scoreboard is in fact a high-def video board which will look, at times, like an old-fashioned scoreboard.
I love views like this. They show just how much Target Field shimmers. (Photo by Jeff Ewer)
Dan Mehls, Mortenson Construction
Clemson Memorial Stadium
The seating bowl of Citizens Bank Park overlaid on the Target Field site
June 29,1936 - May 17, 2011
This is a background image extracted from one of the blueprint pages. It's essentially a schematic of the park (Terrace Level). In it you can see the shape of the various seating areas (to a certain extent).
Carew atrium menu part 1
Photo by Tom Sweeney, Star Tribune
Selected Bibliography - Analysis
First Edition (1992)
Second Edition (2006)
Selected Bibliography - Surveys
Second Edition (1987)
Not a "Third Edition" exactly,
but it replaced the above title
(2000, large coffee table)
Original edition (2000, round)
Revised edition (2006, round)
(2001, medium coffee table)
(2002, small coffee table)
(2003, medium coffee table)
(2004, very large coffee table)
(2006, very large coffee table)
Combines the previous two titles
(2007, medium coffee table)
Selected Bibliography - Nostalgia
Book and six ballpark miniatures