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Written by The Staff   
Thursday, 21 September 2006 03:34

TwinsIf the Twins have a post-season game on Oct. 8th in the Metrodome, the Vikings game against Detroit Lions may have to be moved. As the scenario plays out, if the Twins win the American League Central Division, which would give them home-field advantage in the division series, and a Game 5 of the division series were necessary, the game would fall on  Oct. 8th. 

The Twins have postseason scheduling priority according to their past lease agreement with the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission, but that agreement expired in 2004.

As reported, "Vikings officials apparently are considering whether to challenge an agreement that gives the Twins priority in the Metrodome."

(The Minnesota Star Tribune

 
 
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