Hall Of Fame
Retired Minnesota Viking Jim Kleinsasser headlines this year’s class of inductees into the University of North Dakota Letterwinners Athletics Hall of Fame.
Finally, a sunny day for Chris and Frank who are in Hayward, Wisconsin today. It’s Day Four of our tour of lake country and the guys are actually out on a lake.
Charlie Pride is coming to the Twin Cities for a concert appearance on Saturday night.
From $3 in his pocket when he came to the Twin Cities to the recipient of one of the most prestigious restaurant awards out there. The name “Tony Nicklow” has been added to the short list of restaurants on the Minnesota Restaurant Association Hall of Fame.
Former pitcher Camilo Pascual has been elected to the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame, as the 24th member.
Former Twins manager Tom Kelly was surprised by the club at their Diamond Awards banquet Thursday night.
Fans can vote online for the 2012 Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame class.
Mark Rosen got a chance to sit down and talk football with Vikings’ Hall Of Fame coach, Bud Grant.
When Jim Thome came to the plate, needing one home run for 600, the opposing pitcher wasn’t even aware how close he was to the milestone.
Jim Thome’s pursuit of 600 career home runs stamps him as a fellow Hall of Famer, according to Bert Blyleven and Roberto Alomar.
Bert Blyleven has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and the first Dutch-born player to be enshrined thanked his late father and his 85-year-old mother for the drive and determination he needed to succeed.
Kent Hrbek shared legendary Twins status, a powerful home run swing, and an interest in fishing with Harmon Killebrew.
It’s difficult to argue that Dave Winfield is, by most accounts, the most gifted athlete to come out of Minnesota.
Eric Nelson is in Dallas covering the Super Bowl for WCCO. Here are Sunday’s interviews.
Former pitcher Jim Perry has been elected to the Minnesota Twins’ Hall of Fame.
During two separate stints as a member of the Minnesota Twins, Bert Blyleven gave fans plenty to cheer about. And on a cold, January day he’s giving them one more reason to cheer.
Hall-of-Fame baseball player Paul Molitor will be the featured speaker at a southern Wisconsin event next month.