The Minnesota Twins are weighing changes to security at the entrance to Target Field, including discussions about what may be allowed through the gates. A spokesperson for the team called the discussions very preliminary, limited so far to a single meeting this week to solicit ideas. “We’re trying to explore ways to speed up [entry] for our fans,” the Twins’ Dustin Morse said. “There’s so many things that we would need to test run and think through.” Morse said an immediate move to a so-called “clear bag policy” wasn’t part of the discussions so far. But he also wouldn’t put any parameters yet on a potential change. Morse said there wasn’t a timeline, either, although he did not rule out a change this season. Strict limits on what fans can bring into sports venues went to new levels in 2013, part of the NFL’s reaction to the Boston Marathon bombings earlier that year. Here’s the NFL policy, which first went into effect at the Metrodome and continues for Vikings Games and many other events at U.S. Bank Stadium: • Small clutch bags that are 4.5″ x 6.5″, with or without a handle or stra...