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Guerrier had tossed a ball to a fan wearing a Twins jersey, who dropped it. If you're going to wear the uniform, he was saying, you gotta make the play. The ball ultimately went to a fan wearing a Randy Moss jersey, and everybody laughed.
Champion's Club details (click to enlarge)
Doors directly to the concourse, and a view of the stands beyond
Walkway construction is progressing
Thanks for all the hard work out there, Cold Safety-Line Dudes. (I'm glad that my job does not require safety lines...)
Party deck down the right field line
Fan number 3,030,673 came through this gate a few moments after I took this picture.
If you want, you can ask those folks how the game is going -- and even get a little bit of info from the big screen (Grandstand)
That group was working on something very carefully, but I couldn't tell just what it was.
Viewed from a different angle, it seems fair to wonder is some of those seats will have slightly obscured views. Yet, if they're cheap, that's not a problem.
The admin building (note TF logo on banner)
8:12 PM It is now in the area where, if it gets down far enough, it will shine into the eyes of a right-handed hitter.
The New as viewed from The Old.
Ye Olde Tyme Vegetable Cart (and its modern cousin)
Mary Larson (left), a music teacher from Maple Grove, was a TwinsFest SSB winner and got to sing the anthem before the game.
Main concourse, looking toward the admin building.
I finally found the corner of TF dedicated to the Senators. What a wonderful sight.
Who Owns What (Click for larger version. Source: Ballpark Authority)
Dan Kenney provided this alternate shot of a walkway behind the view level
Now looking north, the tracks emerge from beneath Seventh Street as freight tracks only. The Northstar line ends at the northwest corner of the ballpark. One day, however, you can bet that other passenger trains will approach from the southwest metro on these tracks -- if our legislators are smart and persistent, that is.
From last week, you can see the piers taking shape. I believe that the front row, visible here as just forms and reinforcing rods, is the front edge of the plaza.
This looks south and shows the track configuration for Northstar. The platform shown is just a placeholder. To the best of my knowledge, concept drawings for this platform have not been released. Keep in mind, this is NOT part of the ballpark project. It is completely separate.
Click to see the whole, beautiful image. (Photo by Tyler Wycoff)
This is NOT Twins Territory anymore
This is what will count as a knothole (actually, it's a gated entrance)
You won't see much sky from these seats, but you'll always be warm
This is as close as I could get to a pedestrian-eye view of Seventh Street (looking west away from downtown). It's inviting, not imposing, and remarkably dignified.
Flagpole historian Ben McEvers at far right (click for the full photo set, graciously loaned to this site by Pat Backen)
Love the lighted, translucent panel