Officials for the Minnesota Twins say the damage from an overnight fire at Target Field was minimal, and the stadium will be ready for Tuesday's game against the Colorado Rockies.
The fire broke out shortly before midnight as workers cleaned up after the game with a gasoline-powered power washer that caught fire.
"We had some workers refueling a power washer ... and there was some spillage, some overflow onto a hot manifold, probably for the engine, and it ignited a small fire that set the sprinkler system off," said Cherie Penn, an assistant fire chief and spokeswoman for the department.
Penn said firefighters were on the scene for more than an hour helping clean up the water from the sprinklers on the terrace level of the stadium. She said the fire itself was contained quickly and left no significant damage.
Twins spokesman Kevin Smith said the water from the sprinklers ran down a freight elevator shaft to the club and suite levels.
"There's no structural damage or anything," Smith said. "Maybe some repainting, get some fans in there to dry things out. But nothing earth-shattering."
Smith didn't put a dollar value on the damage, but he said cleaning crews were on hand and helped react quickly to the soaking. He said they would still be working today to deal with the affected areas.