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Opening Night: 1982
The Metrodome was the third domed facility in baseball. The Metrodome played host to the 1987 and 1991 World Series, 1985 All-Star Game, Super Bowl XXVI, and the NCAA Final Four Basketball Tournament in 1992. The Metrodome includes 7,600 retractable seats in right field, a retractable curtain displaying the banners from the Twins’ championship years, and a plaza added along Kirby Puckett Place prior to the 1996 season.
Although the Minnesota Twins recently moved to their new home, Target Field, the Metrodome is still home to the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings. The Vikings have enjoyed some great moments over the years at the Metrodome. From incredible performances by former wide receiver Randy Moss to arguably the most dominant running back of his generation, Adrian Peterson, Vikings fans have been spoiled with some of the league’s best talent over the years.
First round draft selection Christian Ponder is at the helm in Minnesota and is looking to lead the Vikes back to the playoffs. Paired with a strong defense the Vikings have a real shot to make a deep run in the post-season and would be a fearful match-up for any team in the NFC.
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