All Star Game
The Minnesota Twins announced their 2014 regular season schedule on Tuesday, one that’s anticipated with Target Field hosting the All-Star Game. The Twins will open the season with two divisional series on the road, heading to Chicago to play the White Sox March 31-April 2.
With the two leagues set to square off in their annual exhibition featuring its greatest stars on July 16, all eyes will be on Citi Field. With home field advantage during the World Series on the line, the question very simply put is, can the National League maintain its grip on the contest for the fourth straight year?
The Minnesota Twins will host the 2014 All-Star game at Target Field. A person with knowledge of the decision, speaking to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither the Twins nor Major League Baseball had announced it, confirmed the news on Tuesday.
There weren’t many highlights for the American League in the All-Star Game Tuesday night in Kansas City, but Twins catcher Joe Mauer had one of them.
Joe Mauer has been named as the Minnesota Twins’ lone representative for the All-Star game.
The Timberwolves overcame turnovers, terrible shooting and double-digit deficits in the 2nd and 4th quarters to steal one from the Utah Jazz Wednesday night at Target Center and head to the All-Star Break with a .500 record. What lies ahead for the Wolves and a quick peek back at the first half of the season.
It’s been quite a week for the Wolves. A quick four-game slump, turnovers rear their ugly head, “Lin-sanity” comes to town and a blowout win over the over-matched Bobcats were the headlines. Plus the All-Star Break is coming up and a certain Wolves player will be taking on the NBA’s best in the Dunk Contest!
Mikko Koivu can now call himself an NHL All-Star as well as captain of the Minnesota Wild.
The Wolves are five games into the season and optimism is pouring out of Target Center. Plus, it’s time to vote for All-Stars!
You saw the pictures yesterday, now here what Keith Carmickle has to say about his near-fall at the All-Star game. Watch the interview.
Today is Michael Cuddyer’s day. He definitely earned the manager’s selection into tonight’s All-Star Game. He’s one of the reasons why the 2011 Twins are still grasping on hopes to make a run at the Central Division Title in the second half.
At the Homerun Derby in Arizona a fan was going for a ball and almost fell from the stands. Luckily for him his friends were able to catch him. See the pictures.
Michael Cuddyer has been named the lone All-Star game representative for the Minnesota Twins. It will be his first appearance.
Brent Burns and Martin Havlat are representing the Minnesota Wild this weekend at the NHL All-Star game.
Brent Burns is representing the Wild at the All-Star game this weekend in Raleigh, North Carolina. The Wild hosted the game in 2004. Dan Terhaar remembers that game!