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Full disclosure: It truly was an opening day

It took the Twins seven innings to really light up glistening new Target Field, but Jason Kubel did the honors, christening the park with a home run off Red Sox reliever Scott Atchinson. It took the Twins seven innings to really light up glistening new Target Field, but Jason Kubel did the honors, christening the park with a home run off Red Sox reliever Scott Atchinson. (Eric Miller/Reuters)
By Nick Cafardo
Globe Staff / April 13, 2010

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It felt as if a generation of Minnesotans had been cooped up in a covered box, and yesterday at new Target Field they were able to feel the breeze, not the air conditioning, at a baseball game. (Full article: 777 words)

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