Found April 11, 2013 on Fox Sports North:
MINNEAPOLIS Maybe the Twins and Mets can just have a snowball fight this weekend. Crews have been working since early Thursday morning at Target Field to clear the several inches of snow that fell in the Twin Cities area overnight and into the afternoon. Despite the less-than-ideal weather conditions a week and a half into April, the Twins' front office remains hopeful that all three games against New York will be able to be held at Target Field this weekend. "As of right now, we plan to play," said Twins president Dave St. Peter. "There's a potential for some late flurries tonight. There's potential for some light flurries tomorrow. Certainly that's going to play into the ultimate decision as to whether we play or not tomorrow night. If we get a lot more snow, I think it becomes much less likely." St. Peter said crews of Twins employees, ballpark operations partners and an outside firm have collaborated to remove the snow from the seating bowl o...
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