The Hartford partners with Minnesota Twins The Hartford has expanded its roster of Major League Baseball (MLB) sponsorships to include five additional teams. New to the company’s 2016 lineup are the Atlanta Braves, Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, Minnesota Twins and Pittsburgh Pirates, bringing the total to 10 teams in addition to the national MLB sponsorship.
CenturyLink sponsors Minnesota Twins "We are proud of our ongoing relationship with CenturyLink and look forward to expanding our partnership into Lee County and Southwest Florida," said Twins President Dave St. Peter. "CenturyLink has been a valued partner of the Minnesota Twins for nearly a decade and this is the next step in growing this mutually beneficial relationship."
Tennant sponsors Minnesota Twins MINNEAPOLIS, Jul 22, 2014 (BUSINESS WIRE) --Tennant Company TNC, +1.06% a world leader in designing, manufacturing and marketing of solutions that help create a cleaner, safer, healthier world, has been named the strategic cleaning partner for the Minnesota Twins. As a leading innovator of sustainable cleaning solutions, the partnership further enhances the Minnesota Twins’ public commitment to water conservation and environmental sustainability.
Target partners with Minnesota Twins For the right to hang its name and its recognizable red bull's-eye all over the new $517.5 million Twins facility, the Minneapolis-based national retailer can be expected to pay at least $100 million to the team over the next quarter-century, a leading industry consultant said.
T-Mobile partners with Minnesota Twins "T-Mobile has been a tremendous partner for Major League Baseball, and we applaud their efforts to change the game in wireless," said Tim Brosnan, Executive Vice President, Business, Major League Baseball. "It's fitting that T-Mobile, which prides itself on giving consumers freedom and choice, be the driving force behind an award that empowers fans to choose the most significant game-changing moments in baseball each day."