Twins Baseball Peanut-Controlled Games

The Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with the Anaphylaxis & Food Allergy Association (AFAA), are proud to offer Peanut Controlled Days!

Each season the Twins team up with the Anaphylaxis & Food Allergy Association to offer special dates at Target Field for fans who suffer from peanut allergies.

The Twins private balconies, located above left field, will be a “peanut controlled zone” on these dates. Traditional ballpark fare (not peanuts) will be available for purchase on the open-air balconies. If a member of your family suffers from a peanut allergy, don’t miss this chance to see the Twins at Target Field!

No Refunds or Exchanges from the Twins office, but you may sell unused tickets to AFAA families by posting on AFAA’s social media links. Only those with legitimate allergy of peanuts and their immediate family members are eligible. Participants will be required to sign a waiver and may be asked to provide documentation from a doctor.


To order your tickets call Luis Breazeale at (612) 659-3575,
or email order to

Space is extremely limited. Orders will be processed on a first come, first served basis. Orders unable to be fulfilled will be notified by phone and/or email.

See the order form for ticket prices.

Sunday, April 30 vs Kansas City @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, May 14 vs Chicago Cubs @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, May 28 vs Toronto @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, June 4 vs Cleveland @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, June 18 vs Detroit @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, July 9 vs Baltimore @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, July 23 vs Chicago WS @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, August 6 vs Arizona @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, August 20 vs Pittsburgh @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, August 27 vs Texas @ 1:10 pm

Saturday, Sept 9 vs NY Mets @ 1:10 pm

Sunday, Sept 24 vs LA Angels @ 1:10 pm


Fans should note that peanut-controlled does not mean peanut-free. Target Field is an open-air ballpark, and peanuts will be present in other areas of the ballpark. While we will make reasonable efforts to restrict peanut products from this area and clean in advance, we cannot guarantee the absence of peanut particles or residue. Fans with peanut allergies should take all precautions that they customarily take in public places.

Questions? Contact Luis Breazeale, Minnesota Twins (612) 659-3575 or