Josh Willingham had four hits and four RBIs, Liam Hendriks finally got his first career win and the Minnesota Twins beat Cleveland 6-4 Wednesday night, dropping the Indians into last place in the AL Central.
MarQueis Gray threw for two touchdowns and ran for two more by halftime, and Minnesota finally enjoyed an easy victory over an FCS-level opponent by beating New Hampshire 44-7 on Saturday.
Seimone Augustus scored a season-high 26 points, rookie Devereaux Peters added a career-best 18, and the Minnesota Lynx got back on track by beating the New York Liberty 102-70 on Thursday night.
Trevor Plouffe had a double, a homer and four RBIs and Scott Diamond pitched six scoreless innings to lead the Minnesota Twins to an 11-3 victory over the Chicago Cubs on Saturday.
Jamey Carroll and the Minnesota Twins were in one heck of an offensive slump to start the season and badly in need of a pick-me-up to get them going.
Ron Paul has invested days of campaigning and money for television ads ahead of caucuses in Minnesota, where he’s hoping he can eke out the first win of his Republican presidential campaign.
Minnesota has some new millionaires. The Minnesota Lottery presented a very big check today to Don and Sandy Conrad from Grand Rapids.
J.T. Brown scored three goals to lead top-ranked Minnesota Duluth to a 6-2 Western Collegiate Hockey Association win over Nebraska-Omaha on Friday.
The Minnesota Wild are quickly becoming the story of the young NHL season.
After a long five-game road trip, the Minnesota Wild are looking forward to returning home.
Minnesota and Purdue have something unfortunate in common: They are both in desperate need of a win with their seasons on the brink of disaster.
The Minnesota Twins had their the best game of the season from a power standpoint, and it wasn’t easy against a pitching staff that had given up fewer home runs than any team in the American League going in.
Not wanting to be forgotten, Sarah Palin is back in the news. This time Palin says she can win the Presidential race. But will she enter it? Read the article from Newsweek.
Luke Hughes hit a tiebreaking homer and the Minnesota Twins snapped a six-game losing streak, rebounding from an embarrassing blowout to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 6-4 on Tuesday night.
Ben Revere stood in the on-deck circle waiting for his second at-bat of the first inning and watched as pitcher Carl Pavano went for a major league-record ninth straight hit to start the game.