The Minnesota Gophers will play some of this season’s home baseball games under the lights.
It’s a debate as old as Minnesota winters: gloves or mittens? For one Minnesota company, it’s an easy answer.
Every team needs an ace, and the Gopher baseball team relies on Tom Windle, a left-hander who may have a future beyond college.
Only in Minnesota do you open a ballpark with snow piled on the side.
Siebert Field has been symbolic before the Metrodome became the Gophers temporary home. As they tear it down to build it back up, the memories come flooding back.
Minnesota baseball coach John Anderson has agreed to terms on a five-year contract extension through the 2016 season.
The Metrodome is not known as a baseball palace, that is, unless you’re the Gophers or one of the high school or other college teams who didn’t have it available last year.
From Ricky Rubio to a former Timberwolves star and to the search for a new athletic director at the University of Minnesota. It’s all a part of this week’s news and notes.
The Gophers will celebrate their baseball program with an official final game at deteriorated Siebert Field.
After playing professional baseball for nearly a decade, a former Gopher has come back to Minnesota to help his college team.
The Gopher Baseball team opens the Big Ten season April 1st against Purdue at Target Field. Coach John Anderson talked to Mike Grimm about that and more.
The Gopher Baseball team has had a challenging start to the year. The collapse of the Dome roof has kept John Anderson’s team on the road so far and he checks in with Mike Grimm!