Amid High Expectations, Lynx Off To Hot StartStarting the season 5-0 has done nothing to dampen the already lofty expectations on the Lynx this year.
Twins Place Santana On DL; Recall BuxtonThe Twins have placed outfielder Danny Santana on the 15-day disabled list after he strained his left hamstring in a loss against the Oakland Athletics Monday.
Twins' Win Streak Ends With Loss To AthleticsErwin Santana gave up a leadoff home run to Coco Crisp but then settled in and pitched effectively. The offense never did get it going and that spelled the end of a four-game winning streak.
After 5-Year Drought, Gopher Baseball Earns NCAA Tournament BidFor the first time in five years, the Gopher baseball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament.
Twins Sweep Mariners As Mauer, Sano Continue Homer StreaksJoe Mauer and Miguel Sano both homered for a third straight game and the Minnesota Twins polished off a three-game sweep of the Seattle Mariners with a 5-4 victory on Sunday.
Twins Top Mariners, Win Third Game StraightConsidering all the troubles of the first two months, the Minnesota Twins could laugh and crack some smiles after the wacky and unlikely double play to close out their third straight win.
Peterson Shows Up To OTAs Ready To WorkLike the ones that are driven, Peterson is pleased with the past, but sees room for improvement.
Horse Owned By Paul Allen, Vikings Makes Racing DebutThere's a big difference between what it feels like to bet on a horse and what it feels like to own it.
Twins' Big Hitters Not Living Up To ExpectationsThe two Twins in the batting order that could change the season are Brian Dozier and Miguel Sano. If they hit the projections coming into the season, things would be different.
Vikings' Loadholt Ready To Make Up For Lost TimePhil Loadholt is back where he wants to be -- practicing football with his team, the Vikings.
Pat Dean Shines As Twins Down MarinersPat Dean was making his second big league start, pitching for a Twins team that had four road victories and was facing Seattle ace Felix Hernandez before a revved-up Mariners crowd of more than 40,000.
Chanhassen Coach Defied Odds For His Baseball DreamsA.J. Pettersen is where he wants to be -- in a dugout, making baseball decisions as a head coach at Chanhassen High School. "I love the ability to have a positive impact on kids. I had, you know, several coaches throughout my career that kind of changed the course of my life and how I see things," A.J. said. "Baseball's a game that's really emotional and passionate."