The Minnesota Twins along with Major League Baseball announced their revised Spring Training schedule and yes, some fans will be allowed at Hammond Stadium at CenturyLink Sports Complex in Ft. Myers, Florida.

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The Twins will play 14 home games in Ft. Myers during their 29-game regionalized slate of Spring Training games in 31 days. The Twins also announced that they will have fully-detailed health and safety policies, inlcuding information on face masks, autographs, physical distancing, and entry and exit guidlines. Those are available here. 

Additionally, the Twins detailed full health and safety policies for guests attending 2021 Spring Training games, while announcing the following on-sale dates to purchase single-game tickets: Exclusive Spring Training Season Ticket Holder presales begin Thursday, February 18, while remaining inventory is available to the general public beginning Wednesday, February 24.

MLB also announced that games played between February 28th and March 13th will be 7-inning games, while games played March 14 through the 30th will be 9-inning games.

The Twins Spring Training season starts on March 3rd vs the Boston Red Sox, and then the Twins open regular season play in Milkwauke against the Brewers on Thursday, April 1st.

You will be able to listen to the action all season long on 103.1 KFIL and on Newstalk 1340 KROC-AM and 96.9-FM. You can get the full Spring Training schedule for the Minnesota Twins here.

The Twins have made their fair share of moves in prepration of the 2021 season, including bringing back Nelson Cruz, and signing shortstop Andrelton Simmons, relief pitcher Alex Colome, and starting pitcher J.A Happ.

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