Wonder what exactly a feller could pick up there. I may have to go check it out myself. Here's their press release:
Originally posted by the Minnesota Twins (minnesota.twins.mlb.com)10/29/2009 12:38 PM ET Minnesota Twins Host Moving Sale Saturday, Nov. 7 The public sale at the Metrodome will feature thousands of items from the team's 28 years in the facility
As the 2009 American League Central Division Champion Minnesota Twins prepare to move across downtown Minneapolis to Target Field, they have announced plans for a "moving sale." On Saturday, Nov. 7, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., the team invites fans to the Metrodome to peruse a wide variety of merchandise and memorabilia.
"After 28 years of playing baseball in the Metrodome we've accumulated a vast array of items," said Patrick Klinger, Twins vice president of marketing. "We hope fans will come down and enjoy the opportunity to go home with some unique memorabilia we'll have available."
The "moving sale" will take place in the Metrodome concourse (enter through gate F). Free parking will be available in the Metrodome parking lot (enter 11th Avenue & 5th Street).
Items in the sale include bobbleheads, Twins publications, artwork, Metrodome signage, jerseys, clothing, memorabilia, collectables and much more.
A comprehensive list of items will be made available online at www.twinsbaseball.com in the coming days. Deposits are now being taken for 2010 season tickets. For more information on Twins season, group and individual tickets, please visit www.twinsbaseball.com or call (612) 33-TWINS / (800) 33-TWINS.
Ooooh...."Metrodome signage?" I'm sure we got room for THAT in the house somewhere!
http://www.usatoday.com/sports/baseball/2009-11-19-nl-cy-young-award_N.htm Very, very close between he and Chris Carpenter, with Adam Wainwright finishing 3rd. Wainwright actually had more first-place votes (12) than Lincecum (11).