MINNEAPOLIS -- Now that the 2013 All-Star Game is in the rearview mirror, the Minnesota Twins are on the clock as the next host.
Tuesday, the Twins unveiled the official logo for the 2014 All-Star Game, which will take place July 15, 2014 at Target Field in downtown Minneapolis. The logo includes a silhouette of Target Field, with the downtown skyline in the background. The skyline is tan, which symbolizes the limestone used in the construction of Target Field.
Several former and current Twins All-Stars were on hand for the unveiling. Catcher Joe Mauer and closer Glen Perkins -- who represented Minnesota at this year's All-Star Game -- as well as first baseman Justin Morneau helped reveal the logo.
"We are very honored to be hosting the 2014 All-Star Game," said Jim Pohlad, Twins owner and CEO. "But it's really not about the Twins. It's about Major League Baseball and baseball fans, the cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Target Field, Hennepin County, the Twin Cities metropolitan a...