4 Things To Know: DNC, Powerball, Vikings Training Camp & MoreFrom Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia to the Minnesota Vikings training camp in Mankato, here is a look at the top four stories from July 28, 2016.
Freeman, Braves Beat Twins 9-7 For 2-Game SweepFreddie Freeman homered, doubled and tied a career high with five RBIs as the Atlanta Braves held off the Minnesota Twins 9-7 Wednesday night for a two-game sweep.
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.
Kevin Williams Signs 1-Day Contract To Retire With VikingsKevin Williams is signing a one-day contract and will retire from the NFL as a member of the Vikings.
Dottie Pepper On PGA Championship: 'A Very Intimidating Layout'Dottie Pepper, CBS Sports on-course reporter, surveys the landscape at Baltusrol for the PGA Championship, the last major of the year.
6 Minnesota Athletes Who Retired YoungHere are six Minnesota athletes who retired either far too young or with plenty left to play for.
Adrian Peterson Has Twitter Fun Before Training CampIs Adrian Peterson bored or does he just really like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? You can be the judge.
On The Rise: Kelly Kraft Has Time On His SideKelly Kraft, chasing success in his first full year on the PGA Tour, missed an opportunity at the RBC Canadian Open.
Gophers To Face North Dakota In 2018 Hall Of Fame GameSchool officials announced Wednesday that Minnesota will face North Dakota in the 2018 Hall of Fame Game.
Record Crowd Expected For Chelsea/A.C. Milan Match At U.S. Bank StadiumOfficials say more than 55,00 seats have been sold for the first significant sporting invent to take place at U.S. Bank Stadium.
Aaron Rodgers Not Talking About His "Bachelorette" Contestant BrotherGreen Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers is passing on an opportunity to go into detail about his relationship with his reality show contestant-brother.
Target Leaving IndyCar After 27 YearsTarget will leave IndyCar at the end of this season after 27 years with Chip Ganassi Racing that included 11 championships and four Indianapolis 500 victories.