Come one, come all. The gates at CHS Field will open for the month of April so fans and media can watch the Minnesota Twins alternate site workout.
George Tsamis is St. Paul Saints baseball. He’s poured his heart and soul into the organization for 18-years bringing the organization two championships, the most recent in the last full season of 2019.
If you weren’t one of the lucky 10,000 fans to snag a ticket to the Minnesota Twins home opener on April 8, fear not as the St. Paul Saints are coming to your rescue.
The St. Paul Saints were one of the few teams in the country to open their ballpark to fans in 2020.
Major League Baseball (MLB) announced today the testing of a variety of experimental playing rules at various levels of the Minor Leagues during the upcoming 2021 season.
The start of the 2021 Triple-A season will not be a case of Waiting for Gadot, but it will prove patience is a virtue.
It’s March Madness of a different kind. The St. Paul Saints will continue their zany promotions, ushertainers will entertain the fans, and the furry two-legged mascot, Mudonna, will once again pose for photos with kids.
Before you go see the Minnesota Twins open their 2021 season at Target Field on April 8, you can get your first look at the Twins of tomorrow at CHS Field a couple of days before that.
The home of the College World Series. The city of the Kentucky Derby. Smashville. And Crash Davis’ team.
He’s been to Japan, Korea, Independent Professional Baseball, and reached the pinnacle of his profession, the Major Leagues.
When the St. Paul Saints begin their first season as the Triple-A affiliate of the Minnesota Twins, the man at the helm will have a remarkably familiar last name to Minnesota baseball fans.
He hopes to be as difficult to solve as the question the Hatter poses to Alice, “Why is a Raven Like a Writing Desk?”