In this Wednesday, April 13, 2016 file photo, Minnesota Twins front row fans have protective netting to look through over the dugouts as they watch baseball games at Target Field where they took in the Twins and Chicago White Sox game in Minneapolis. The Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins are the latest Major League Baseball teams to announce plans for expansions of safety netting at their ballparks for the 2018 season.
In this Wednesday, April 13, 2016 file photo, Minnesota Twins front row fans have protective netting to look through over the dugouts as they watch baseball games at Target Field where they took in the Twins and Chicago White Sox game in Minneapolis. The Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins are the latest Major League Baseball teams to announce plans for expansions of safety netting at their ballparks for the 2018 season. Jim Mone, File AP Photo
In this Wednesday, April 13, 2016 file photo, Minnesota Twins front row fans have protective netting to look through over the dugouts as they watch baseball games at Target Field where they took in the Twins and Chicago White Sox game in Minneapolis. The Cleveland Indians and Minnesota Twins are the latest Major League Baseball teams to announce plans for expansions of safety netting at their ballparks for the 2018 season. Jim Mone, File AP Photo

Indians, Twins to extend safety netting at ballparks in 2018

December 06, 2017 05:02 PM

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