We still don't know when we'll have baseball (or any live sporting events) back, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic. Those of you holding tickets to Twins games did get an answer of what to do from the team on Wednesday, however.
The Twins announced policies for fans holding tickets to any of the club’s 16 scheduled April home games at Target Field, all of which were not played because of the ban on group gatherings during the pandemic.
Twins President Dave St. Peter talked to Dave Lee on the WCCO Morning News on Wednesday. He said, "Our fans have been incredibly patient."
St. Peter said the team is giving fans several options with their currently held tickets. "We're gonna incentivize season ticket holders with a little bonus credit, which I think will help them over time, whether they want to retain their season tickets to the 2020 season. In addition to that, there will be options to exchange for future games as well. As certainly, refunds will be an option as well."
The Twins President also addressed the hope that MLB will play games relatively soon.
"There seems to be growing optimism that there is a path torch playing baseball at some point this summer. So clearly that's gonna have some impact on where we go", St. Peter told WCCO.