Twins, Mayo Clinic team up to get people outdoors and active

Participants take part in the Mayo Clinic Monday Miles at Target Field. Photo: KSTP/Jim O'Connell
Participants take part in the Mayo Clinic Monday Miles at Target Field.

May 20, 2019 03:56 PM

The Minnesota Twins and the Mayo Clinic are teaming up for a program they hope gets more people outdoors and active.

Mayo Clinic Monday Miles started Monday.

For a total of 10 Mondays, running through late September, Target Field will open so people can walk, jog or run the quarter-mile long warning track along the outfield wall.

Strollers are allowed and participants are required to wear flat shoes.

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