Aaron Hicks' Crazy Catch Secures Yanks' Win Over Twins, 14-12, In Wild 10-Inning DuelJorge Polanco and Nelson Cruz hit back-to-back home runs for the second straight game in the third. Minnesota has hit nine homers in the first two games of the series.
Home Plate Homecoming: Soldier Surprises Sons At Baseball GameOn summer nights, all across the state, parents cheer at their kids' baseball games. But one mother in the stands in Waite Park today stood out.
Best Sports Moments In July 4th HistoryHere are a few of our favorites from Fourth of July's past.
Dozier's 3-Run Homer Sends Bailey, Royals Over Twins 6-1The Twins stranded 11 runners on base.
Mitch Garver's HR Backs Kyle Gibson In Twins' 2-0 Win Over RoyalsIt was the Twins' league-leading 133rd homer. Minnesota has a home run in 12 straight games.
Cleveland Adds Another Win Against The Twins, 9-7The Indians trail the Twins by 9 1/2 games in the AL Central after taking the first two games in this series.
Litchfield High School Senior Breaks 36-Year State Baseball RecordLast Friday, a baseball player from Litchfield broke a state record that had stood for 36 years. Owen Boerema extended his hitting streak to a never-been-seen-before 34 games in a row.
Lyle Lambrecht Channels Lifelong Love Of Baseball To Craft Personalized Wooden BatsDespite being known for his pitching skills, Lyle Lambrecht now spends his days surrounded by bats. They hang like wooden stalactites from the ceiling of his New Prague shop.
Buxton, Kepler Power Twins Over Orioles 4-1 For Season SweepThe Twins are 7-4 on their home turf. Minnesota ranks third in the league in hitting with a .269 batting average, Jorge Polanco leads the team with an average of .341.
Justin Morneau, WWII Vets To Help Twins Launch 2019 SeasonSinging the national anthem will be Har Mar Superstar, whose tongue-in-cheek R&B music has earned him national attention.
With 30+ Years, The Ballpark May Be MN's Longest-Running Sports Memorabilia StoreThe inspiration began after the Twins inspired an entire state by winning their first World Series in 1987. Shortly after that historic victory, Calvin Havercamp found himself in a baseball card shop.