The Minnesota Twins have hit the road all across Twins Territory on their 59th annual Twins Winter Caravan, which is scheduled to be in Duluth on Thursday, January 24.

According to TwinsBaseball.com, the Twins Winter Caravan is one of the longest-running and most extensive offseason team caravans in professional sports, visiting more than 40 communities throughout the month of January. It features groups of current and former players visiting schools, hospitals, corporations and service clubs during the day with a traditional "hot stove" program each evening.

The Twins Winter Caravan will be in Duluth at 6:00 p.m. on January 24 at Grandma's Sports Garden.  Scheduled to make the trip are pitcher José Berríos, outfielder Eddie Rosario, new Twins manager Rocco Baldelli, shortstop Ehire Adrianza, pitcher Taylor Rogers and broadcaster Kris Atteberry.

It'll provide fans a great opportunity to meet Twins players, get some pictures and get excited for an upcoming season that will feature a new manager and some new faces, along with enhancements at Target Field.