Saint Paul Saints Game – Fun Event

Saint Paul Saints Game

Saint Paul Saints Game – Fun Event

Fun Thing to Do Watch a Saint Paul Saints Game!

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Exciting news! The St. Paul Saints are now in a new level in Minor League Baseball after being named the Twins’ Triple-A affiliate for the upcoming 2021 season! Play is starting this April 6th.

For 28 years they were in independent professional baseball in the American Association League and the Northern League.

Prior to COVID-19 the Saints attracted 8,000 fans to each game at CHS Field. They hope to have their proposal to the Governor for 2,700 a opening day and increase those numbers as the season progresses.


Here is a link to the St. Paul Saints. There you can buy tickets and merchandise and see some of the fun and silliness that makes the games so entertaining. There is so much going on that it is enjoyable for adults and kids alike. The fireworks after the evening games are always fun for all ages!


CHS Field

We are blessed with wonderful sport facilities in the State of Minnesota and the CHS Field is certainly no exception! Located in historic Lowertown District in downtown St. Paul and close to restaurants, public transit, the rail system, and parking. First game was in 2015 for this beautiful stadium. Features a grassy picnic area to watch games on the grass for 1,000 people. Has traditional seating, suites, and the Securian Financial Club which is a wonderful high-end space without the cost you find with major league baseball.

Prices for all areas are very reasonable and some seats are downright cheap for all the entertainment you get.


Go Saints!

Next week we will talk about another aspect of what is great in Minnesota.

Honestly if you cannot find something fun to do in the State of Minnesota all year long…then you are not looking!


We have so many fun things to do in Minnesota…even in a pandemic! If you need some ideas for fun things to do just give me a call or email me.


Jeff Anderson

The Anderson Team

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