Twins fans continue to have hope after game 2 loss

Updated: October 05, 2019 10:21 PM

Twins fans were at Target Field Saturday night as they watched game 2 of the team's postseason run. 

Although, game 2 for the Twins was making fans feeling deflated. The air went out of target field and the crowd was as flat and quiet as the Twins' hitters.


"We decided to stick things out a little longer, get some food, maybe that will help, make us feel a little bit better to, hang in there. We're not quite ready to head out yet," said Twins fan, Sheila Voss.

Fans were feeling low-spirited and die-hards were simply refusing to leave early even when family members wanted to leave. 

James Jones, a Twins fan, said he was telling his family to hang in there because he wanted to, but they were ready to go. 

After the 8th inning people including the food crew were heading towards the exit and closing down early. 

"It's only the first two playoff games. I am coming back on Monday, and we will be back here on Tuesday, because we're going to win on Monday," said Becky Herke. 

As Target Field was shutting down, fans still had hope like Danny Harris. 

"It's not over yet. I know we're going back out here again Monday and Tuesday. It's actually going to be here, and I am glad because I think we got the next two," said Harris. 

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