Target Field's Tribute To Topps Baseball Cards

Target Field’s Tribute To Topps Baseball Cards

When the Twins built Target Field, they had a vision of what baseball heaven would look like. Fast forward to 2010 and that vision is no longer a pipe dream, it's a reality.

Each and every detail of Target Field has a reason for being, nothing is arbitrary. Players, Managers, ESPN analysts, fans, and everyone who has stepped foot in the house that Mauer Built have noticed something different. After going there myself, I can tell you one thing, no matter what type of baseball fan you are, this park has something that will capture your imagination.

For card collectors, a seemingly endless wall outside the stadium perfectly captures the imagination of the cardboard enthusiast. What is so unique about the wall is that it tells the history of the Minnesota Twins through the use of Topps cards, spanning nearly 50 years of Twins baseball. 

Here's a gallery every collector should enjoy, no matter what team you are a fan of:

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1968-69 Topps #26 Kent Douglas Red Wings MINT
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1968-69 Topps #40 Ed Joyal LA Kings MINT
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1968 Topps Rod Carew #80 Rookie All Star Baseball Card
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1968 Topps Game Hank Aaron Baseball Card
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1968 Topps #100 Bob Gibson Baseball Card
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1968-69 Topps #130 Floyd Smith Maple Leafs MINT
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1968-69 Topps #41 Dale Rolfe Kings MINT
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1968 Topps #100 Bob Gibson SGC 82 EX MT+ 6.5 St. Louis Cardinals

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Brett is a former contributor to The Cardboard Connection.

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