MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins have set a club single-season attendance record during their first season at Target Field.
The AL Central champions have drawn 3,063,327 through Wednesday's game against Cleveland. That breaks the previous record of 3,030,672 set in 1988, the year after the Twins won their first World Series championship.
The Twins have sold out 75 games at Target Field -- 74 consecutively. They have four home games left in the regular season.