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Enjoy a spot in the stands as Major League Baseball's top power hitters compete for bragging rights on July 14 as part of the annual Home Run Derby competition. With a return to Minneapolis in store for the first time in nearly three decades, the 2014 edition at Target Field is primed to be a can't-miss affair.
Target Field Seating Information
While seating for the 2014 MLB Home Run Derby is available for virtually all sections of the ballpark, for those that want the chance to take home a souvenir or two, you'll want to select seats in the outfield. Outfield seating at Target Field is broken down into various sections including the U.S. Bank Home Run Porch View, Grandstand, Bleachers, and Budweiser Roof Deck (usually standing room only).
Fans that would rather sit a bit closer to the action itself can find seating options around the infield as well. Target Field offers views from the Field Box, Dugout Box, Diamond Box, Home Plate Box, Legends Club, Field Terrace, and Upper Levels. Check out the Target Field seating map on this page to see what's available for the 2014 Home Run Derby.
Target Field General Information
As a safety precaution, all guests entering Target Field are subject to search. Any items prohibited for standard Minnesota Twins games also will likely not be allowed inside for this special event, such as noisemakers, lawn chairs, bats, e-cigarettes, and hard-sided coolers. Re-entry also will not be permitted.
Target Field Parking Information
Although Target Field does not have its own parking areas, nearly 7,000 parking spaces are available adjacent to Target Field in private lots. The stadium recommends parking at the ABC and Hawthorne ramps for parking closest in proximity. Additional parking also is available within walking distance of the ballpark. Various modes of public transportation also may be utilized including the METRO Blue Line Light Rail, Northstar Commuter Rail, and standard bus routes.
Target Field Gate Times
Gates generally open 1-2 hours before the start of an event, though in the case of the Home Run Derby, you may want to check with Target Field staff in advance for more precise information.