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PGA Championship - Round Two

Local Golf Pro To Play In The PGA

The PGA Championship, golf’s fourth and final major of the year, tees off Thursday at Valhalla in Kentucky. And as David McCoy tells us, a local club pro from Woodbury will get the chance to play in it,Dave Tentis, of Troy Burne Golf Club in Hudson, Wis.

08/04/2014

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Remarkable Softball Player Gets A Look At His Dream Job

When Jason Galster saw Charlie Schultz’s story, he just had to meet him. Galster is an audiologist at Starkey Hearing Technologies. As we reported a few weeks ago, Schultz has quite a story to tell.

07/29/2014

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Adrian Peterson Fired Up For Up-Coming Season

The Minnesota Vikings signed tight end Kyle Rudolph to a $36.5 million contract. That’s a price tag that used to be reserved for top running backs. In a pass-happy NFL, Adrian Peterson could likely be the last running back standing when it comes to big contracts.

07/29/2014

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Long Snapper Has Long Run With Vikings

Long snapper Cullen Loeffler is the longest-tenured player on the Minnesota Vikings, with 11 years in Minnesota under his belt. Loeffer took some time to chat about his experience, and the upcoming season, with WCCO’s David McCoy.

07/27/2014

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QB Race On At Vikes’ Training Camp

The heat is on at the Vikings’ training camp for the quarterback position as it is every year. You could make a case for any three on the roster getting a shot to start at some point.

07/27/2014

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What Will The Twins Do At The Trade Deadline?

Last in the American League Central Division and now third from the bottom in the wild card race, it’s pretty clear the Twins will be sellers at the trading deadline.

07/21/2014

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Minnesota Hosts Amateur Disc Golf Championships

The top amateur disc golfers in the world headed to Minnesota this weekend for the Amateur Disc Golf Championships.

07/19/2014

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Here’s What Makes Kurt Suzuki An All-Star

We’re used to a Twins catcher playing in the All-Star Game, but there’s a new one this time around.

07/15/2014

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Perkins, Suzuki Talk Inspiration Before All-Star Game

Growing up in Minnesota, Glen Perkins knows just how special the All-Star Game is. “This was a pipe dream a long time ago,” he said.

07/14/2014

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Bruno, Morris & Molitor Talk ’85 All-Star Game

The last time the All-Star Game was held in Minnesota in 1985, it featured just one Twins player. But it also had three St. Paul natives, giving the game a real hometown feel.

07/11/2014

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As A High Schooler, This Minn. Man Won The 1st Home Run Derby

The Home Run Derby is Monday night at Target Field, returning to the city where it was born. That was at Minnesota’s last All-Star Game, at the Metrodome in 1985.

07/11/2014

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Pat Neshek Won’t Be The Only Neshek At The All-Star Game

When Pat Neshek found out he’ll be making his All-Star debut in his hometown, he was understandably emotional. “I just shook my head there for a while,” the former Twins player and current Cardinals reliever said. “I couldn’t believe it. It meant a lot to me.”

07/10/2014

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Tom ‘Bruno’ Brunansky Recounts The First-Ever Home Run Derby

The annual Home Run Derby is Monday night at Target Field — and it’ll include former Twin Justin Morneau. But did you know that the very first home run derby also took place here?

07/10/2014

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A Look Back At Minn.’s First All-Star Game, As Told By Tony Oliva

Four years after the Twins arrived in the land of 10,000 lakes, Minnesota was the center of the baseball universe. Nearly 50,000 fans crammed in to watch the All-Star game at Metropolitan Stadium.

07/09/2014

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Historic Maplewood Golf Course Prepares For Reopening

Walk onto Keller Golf Course in Maplewood, Minn. and you can practically feel the history rising up from the bentgrass. Opened in 1929, Keller was a regular stop on the professional tours through the 1960s and even hosted the 1932 and 1954 PGA Championships, and players like Arnold Palmer, Sam Snead and many of the greats. “That’s one of the things that make this place so special, is the history,” Paul Diegnau, Keller’s superintendent, said. “And all the legends of golf that played here year after year after year.”

07/06/2014

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