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Kent Hrbek, gushing about, Target Field, the Twins’ future home:

“I went to see it about a month ago. When I stepped on the field I
got chills on my spine. It almost made me want to get the (uniform) off
the wall and play again . . . It will be fun to have outdoor baseball
here again. [Target Field] is more than a baseball stadium. It’s a
great venue. There is so much to see, it’s a place where people might
not even realize there’s a baseball game going on.”

Call me crazy, but I think that the definition of a good ballpark is
one in which baseball, rather than people watching or generalized
farting around, is the purpose of being there. If someone can go to
Target Field and not realize that a ballgame is going on, the folks who
designed Target Field have failed and failed miserably.

(link via BTF)