When the Twin Towers fell 10 years ago on Sept. 11, Americans reacted in ways they’ll never forget. For some, the sight of the twisted metal, debris and flames brought on heartache and confusion. But for others, it sparked a call to action.
There are sounds you expect to hear at when you go to a ball game, like the organist and vendors selling beer. But there are other sounds fans have become accustom to — the music.
The lush green grass of the outfield is one of the first things you notice when walking into Target Field. It certainly doesn’t groom itself. It’s the labor of love that seven dedicated men call their office.
This fall on Channel 4 — “E” is the new “O.”
The Twins have turned the page on the calendar, and turned the corner on their season.
Baseball is a game of numbers. Three strikes. Three outs. Nine innings. But there are many more numbers needed to keep score.
I know how this season looks so far. It’s not good. This season is getting off to an awfully slow start.
The summer camp I went to growing up had a saying, “it never rains … it only heavy dews.” No matter how heavy of a downpour, camp activities went on. Same can’t be said for baseball.
A few weeks ago, we told you about a contest Kemps was holding to find the biggest family of Joe Mauer fans.
Spring Training is underway and in two weeks, Twins will be back at their new home inside Target Field.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! And when it comes to baseball, fans really scream for Joe Mauer.
My season tickets arrived this weekend. I did a happy dance when I opened the box.
Most girls can’t wait for Valentine’s Day. They anxiously await the gifts and time spent with their loved ones. I’m not most girls. As I write this, on Feb. 14, I’m thinking of my loved ones: the Minnesota Twins.
The WCCO Morning Team took a special field trip out to catch the new movie Morning Glory, which details the trials and tribulations of pulling off a news show when most people are still sleeping.