Top 12 most ridiculous Twins-themed merchandise
Minnesota is Twins territory, and with major leagues comes major merchandise. As a result, our state is also home to some of the most bizarre baseball memorabilia around. We've curated a list of the weirdest stuff out there, so keep a look-out for some of these items on your next visit to Target Field.
Because nothing says you're a fan like knowing exactly how far away you are from the field at all times. Customized for each buyer, the signs show the exact distance between Target Field and your den, pool, or man cave.
Sticking something on your head that combines a lot of unnatural feathers, some glitter, a bottle cap, and a Twins sticker will certainly make you easier to spot on the Jumbotron.
Show off those puppies as you walk to your section in some hand-painted Twins TOMS. If the $95 price tag is too steep, for a slightly lesser fee they're also willing to customize some Sketchers BOBS, or a generic shoe brand that doesn't have a cool name.
"Perfect for the Twins fan that has it all!" the description reads. Really. Admittedly, it is perfect for fans who like to show off their Twins glitter feather hair clips.
8. Twins Garden Gnomes
Apparently there's a high demand for Twins gnomes with the rollicking fun they have, and their supposed ability to "bring good fortune to both their owners and the Minnesota Twin!" (Just one Twin though.)
7. American Girl Doll Twins-themed Clothing
Apparently Santa is a Twins fan. Now, if only he could bring the team an early present: a few more wins.
These navy organza garters are only really acceptable if you're going to get it on with a Twins player... and even then it's weird.
For the littlest Twin fans. (Check out that fancy trim!)
3. Twins Pumps
Since finding your section in the 40,000 seat stadium isn't difficult enough, why not add the thrill of teetering up the stands in these sky-high heels? While these might not be on the market just yet, Her Star has them on their shortlist of teams to feature in the future.
Perfect for when the little ones get a little gassy, or if you've had one too many beers.
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