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MN Twins tickets to benefit NF research at the U

Jacqueline Dunlap (Photo: Emily Pillsbury)

Don’t miss Neurofibromatosis (NF) Awareness Night at Target Field on September 13, 7:10 p.m., where the Minnesota Twins will take on Kansas City. Four-year-old Jacqueline Dunlap, an NF patient at the University of Minnesota, will throw out the first pitch of the game. Learn more about Jacqueline’s story.

NF is a tumor-causing disorder for which there is no known cure. A portion of the Twins ticket sales that night will support the Jacqueline Dunlap Neurofibromatosis Research Fund, advancing NF research at the University of Minnesota.

Tickets—all reserved for left-field bleachers—are $25 each. To purchase tickets, contact Brittni Brown at

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