Sold Out Crowd Enjoys Amazing Twins Caravan In Rochester (PHOTOS)
Twins Caravan Entertains Huge Crowd of Fans in Rochester, Minnesota
If you tried to get into Whistle Binkies on the Lake in Rochester, Minnesota on Monday night, you may have noticed the note on the door that said "Closed for Private Event". What you probably didn't know was that inside were 200 Minnesota Twins fans enjoying an amazing night of the Twins Caravan and getting autographs.
Minnesota Twins Fan Enjoy an Amazing Twins Caravan Night in Rochester
- Twins manager Rocco Baldelli
- Hitting coach David Popkins
- Twins right-handed pitcher Louie Varland
- former Twins pitcher and current broadcaster and special assistant LaTroy Hawkins
- Twins radio play-by-play voice Cory Provus
I loved every minute of the night and I hope everyone who showed up had fun too. I have to give a shoutout though to the team working at Whistle Binkies on the Lake. YOU WERE AMAZING!!! Thank you for hustling so hard the entire night.
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A moment in Rochester where the Twins Caravan made my heart melt just a bit.
Although I truly loved every minute of the Twins Caravan at Whistle Binkies on the Lake, I am so thankful for the extra stop they made on Tuesday.
Can you see it? Close your eyes after you read this and just imagine how big the smiles can get when a kid sees T.C. Bear walking up to say "hi". Huge, right?! A bunch of kids and families staying at the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester enjoyed those smiles on Tuesday when the Twins Caravan stopped to give autographs, hang out, and have a day of fun.
The reason why this makes me tear up is because years ago, my own family needed the Ronald McDonald House a few times as my own sister fought leukemia hours from where we lived. It was a place that was needed in a time that was horrible but was always a loving place for those who needed it.
Thank you, Minnesota Twins, for giving these kids and families some smiles today.