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Twins offering online activities for kids to weather 'stay at home'

T.C. Bear helped update some ball fields in Minneapolis on Oct. 9 with Twins front office staff. Photo: Courtesy of the Minnesota Twins. T.C. Bear helped update some ball fields in Minneapolis on Oct. 9 with Twins front office staff.

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Updated: March 26, 2020 08:51 PM
Created: March 26, 2020 08:34 PM

Even though the Minnesota Twins' season has been delayed indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic, the team has come up with an outlet for kids to have fun while at home.

The Twins Kids website has loads of activities to kids occupied during the "stay at home" order, such as coloring pages, activity sheets and a daily drawing challenge. There's even a way to keep in touch with T.C. — just take a picture of your letter and email it to kids@twinsbaseball.com.

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