Where to Sit at Target Field If You Want to Catch a Home Run
Its near the end of May. Memorial Day is coming up, kids are getting out of school, and MLB baseball is in full swing!
With that in mind, some of you might take the family to attend a Minnesota Twins game at Target Field. Every kid brings his glove to the ballpark, hoping that maybe... just maybe... they can get a baseball.
MarketWatch broke down the numbers on where to sit at every MLB stadium if you want to catch a home run ball. They looked at where all the home runs landed during the 2016 season and looked at where most of the home runs went.
So, the section that you want to sit at if you are planing on going to a Minnesota Twins game this summer is section 130. In the 2016 season, 133 catch-able home runs were hit. In addition, the price for a ticket in that section is one of the cheapest seats in all of baseball at only $24.
You can see the entire list of every stadium here. The Twins start a 3-game weekend series against Tampa Rays this weekend.