Twins look to make changes to Target Field

Twins look to make changes to Target Field

TORONTO -- The Twins are set to present to the Minnesota Ballpark Authority proposed upgrades to the right-field bleacher section of Target Field at the MPA's board meeting on Thursday afternoon.

The proposed upgrades have yet to be announced, as the renderings and information on the proposed upgrades will be made available at the meeting.

The dimensions of the playing field, however, will not be affected by the proposed upgrades.

The Minnesota Ballpark Authority (MPA) is a public body that was created by the 2006 Minnesota legislature to oversee the design, construction and operation of Target Field, which opened in 2010 after the club played 28 seasons at the Metrodome.