The Minnesota Twins have filled out their field staff by hiring Butch Davis as first base coach. Davis spent the last 20 seasons with the Baltimore Orioles organization.
A year after taking over the front office, Saunders is no longer just responsible for assembling the talent. He’s now also tasked with developing it, which, as a coach at heart, is what he’s most excited for.
Another 90-loss season for the Minnesota Twins has left the status of the coaching staff in question.
Twins manager Ron Gardenhire has never been on the losing side of an All-Star game, and with Target Field hosting this year’s festivities, he doesn’t plan on starting now. This will be the third time Gardenhire’s been a part of an American League All-Star staff.
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that Dave Joerger has decided to stay in Memphis with the Grizzlies and not go to Minnesota to coach the Timberwolves.
Minnesota women’s basketball coach Marlene Stollings has added John “Mo” Motherwell to her coaching staff. The university said Monday that Motherwell will serve as assistant coach and be involved in Gophers recruiting.
Timberwolves coach Rick Adelman has decided to retire after 23 seasons in the NBA, The Associated Press has learned. Adelman was expected to announce his decision Monday morning, according to a person with knowledge of the decision.
The Governor has proclaimed today to be “BOB McDONALD DAY IN MINNESOTA.” Dave Lee caught up with Coach this morning.
Click the above link to hear the Old Dutch Team Of The Week and Mike Max’s thoughts on Mike Zimmer.
Sid is having a garage sale and you won’t believe what is for sale! Click the above link to listen back.
When John Johnston started coaching boys golf at Olivia High School, Lyndon B. Johnson was President. After 50 years, he just retired this week as the head coach of BOLD High School. “Not in any stretch of my imagination did I think I’d be doing this for that long,” Johnston said.
The Minnesota Vikings’ organized team activities continue this week and among the visitors was a welcome addition to the camp — former Vikings defensive end Kenechi Udeze.
Gary Wilson has been coaching track and cross country since he got out of college. Last week, at age 66, he decided to hang up the stop watch and retired from the University of Minnesota.
Five-thousand people packed into Eden Prairie’s Grace Church Saturday morning to hear Tony Dungy speak – part of a program called “Rise with the Guys.” Dungy flourished as an NFL coach, and he’s still flourishing.
New University of Minnesota men’s basketball coach Rich Pitino is here.
But what does it mean to the local basketball community?