Guard Alex Boone opened a stadium for the 49ers before coming to Minnesota. He says U.S. Bank Stadium blows Levi’s Stadium “out of the water.”
The grassroots effort continues around the country to get more kids into playing baseball.
There is no question that this season, with the Twins currently at 33-58, had taken a toll on Terry Ryan.
Cole Aldrich came on the basketball scene at Bloomington Jefferson High School. He returns to get paid more than $7 seven million a year to play for the Timberwolves.
The Minnesota Wild are getting a good look at all their prospects as part of their annual developmental camp.
Forty years ago, they had an idea in Minnetonka to put together a legion tournament for local teams. Forty years later, it features 96 teams from all over the country.
Todd Mueller had heard the stories of storied baseball parks throughout Minnesota and the people that played on them and maintained them. So he set out to do it justice in the form of a book.
Royce White is back this summer trying to play his was back to a paycheck, claiming he’s not that concerned if he never plays again.
Jamar Diggs grew up in Minneapolis, played basketball at DeLaSalle and plays professionally overseas. He noticed something was missing when he came home for the summer — a league for players with similar backgrounds.
They range in age from 16 to 19 years old, and they came from Sweden to spend a week in Minnesota to get better, because they believe in the teaching.
Confidence is not an issue for 12-year-old Blake Guerin, a Shoreview, Minn., prospect who will participate in the All-Star game in mid-July in San Diego.
On Sunday, John Kundla turns 100 years old. His former Gophers threw him a little party.
You sometimes wonder, what is it like to be in a slump? WCCO’s Mike Max put that question to a couple players who are trying to come out of one.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are in a honeymoon period. A new coach, young talent and a chance to add some more Thursday night in the NBA Draft.
Josh Medcalf works with college coaches. His theory: That you get more out of people if you don’t make winning the ultimate goal.
Charlie Lindgren was the backstop for St. Cloud State — the goalie who helped carry them to the NCAA tournament.
The Vikings are making big strides this offseason, and they’re hoping some come from their long strider.
It has been one of those special seasons for Wayzata baseball. They won their first ever state tournament win. “It’s unprecedented for us. It’s kind of new territory,” Coach Bob DeWitt said.
It’s still too early for the Vikings to consider life without Adrian Peterson, but that day is coming. Peterson says he feels as good as ever. His backup says he’s ready any time.
Teddy Bridgewater knows how to the throw the football and he’s taking the steps to be a leader on the Vikings offense.
Throughout his life time, Muhammad Ali had many friends. But, perhaps none were better than Minnesota’s Harvey Mackay.
In 1984 David Wheaton — just a freshman — leapt onto the tennis stage by winning a state title before leaving for a specialized tennis school. Now he’s the proud uncle of two Skippers that helped them win it.
The state high school spring tournaments are here, and out of that comes stories that can tug at your heart.
Hit a baseball at the big league level and you will make millions. That’s what Max Kepler is trying to figure out, so he comes out early to take needed batting practice.
Former Badger quarterback Joel Stave is hoping to make a leap to the NFL with the Minnesota Vikings.