Minn. High School Summer Basketball Has A New LookThey come from all over the state for a one day basketball bonanza -- a tournament where you play for your high school team.
Gopher Baseball Camp Teaches Success With Game Based On FailureThe Gopher Baseball Camp teaches kids success about the game based on its foundation of failure.
Summer Festival Highlights Big July For Hockey Coaches, PlayersThat's right, since the MSHSL allowed coaches to work with their teams in the off-season, July is a competitive month.
WCCO's Mike Max Talks Football, Family With Alex BooneOne of the interesting personalities added to this roster is Alex Boone, the offensive tackle they signed from San Francisco.
Football Insiders Remember Denny GreenTo those that knew Denny Green well – and those who coached against him -- he was held in high regard.
Vikings Players Say U.S. Bank Stadium 'Feels Like Home'Guard Alex Boone opened a stadium for the 49ers before coming to Minnesota. He says U.S. Bank Stadium blows Levi’s Stadium “out of the water.”
RBI League Aiming To Get More Kids To Play BaseballThe grassroots effort continues around the country to get more kids into playing baseball.
Twins GM Terry Ryan May Have Known His Fate Weeks AgoThere is no question that this season, with the Twins currently at 33-58, had taken a toll on Terry Ryan.
Aldrich: 'I've Been A Timberwolves Fan My Whole Life'Cole Aldrich came on the basketball scene at Bloomington Jefferson High School. He returns to get paid more than $7 seven million a year to play for the Timberwolves.
Wild Prospect Alex Tuch Hoping Camp Helps Him Get To RosterThe Minnesota Wild are getting a good look at all their prospects as part of their annual developmental camp.
Minnetonka's Gopher Legion Classic Celebrates 40 YearsForty years ago, they had an idea in Minnetonka to put together a legion tournament for local teams. Forty years later, it features 96 teams from all over the country.
For Minnesotans, Ballparks Are Sacred GroundTodd Mueller had heard the stories of storied baseball parks throughout Minnesota and the people that played on them and maintained them. So he set out to do it justice in the form of a book.