Justin Morneau Officially Retires, Joins Twins Front OfficeJustin Morneau officially retired on Wednesday and will join the Minnesota Twins as a special assistant.
Justin Morneau To Retire With Twins On WednesdayThe Twins are holding a 3 p.m. news conference on Wednesday as former first baseman Justin Morneau will make his retirement official.
Report: Twins Bringing Back Morneau To Front OfficeIt appears the Minnesota Twins are bringing back a fan favorite to join the front office for the 2018 season.
Latest Hot Streak Has Twins Embracing Playoff ChaseThey're a team that just when we thought they were done, found a way to get back into it. And they are having a ball with that process.
Former Twin Justin Morneau Signs With White SoxThe Chicago White Sox announced Thursday that they've signed Justin Morneau to a one-year contract.
Justin Morneau’s Casino Night"Morneaus and the Arthritis Foundation team up for the seventh year to help lead the juvenile arthritis fight, ensuring access to life-changing resources, community and care."
A Pill To Treat Concussions Is On The WayLondon Glen's concussion story is all too familiar. "If something was too loud I would start getting a terrible headache," Glen said. "Or if I was in some really bright light I would start getting a headache." The 13-year-old missed nine weeks of school last year after a tough tackle in a seventh-grade football game.
Good Question: Why Do Baseball Players Still Spit So Much?In 2011, Major League Baseball and the players’ union came to an agreement: For the most part, players wouldn't use chewing tobacco where fans can see them. So, while some players still dip, many have turned to sunflower seeds and chewing gum. Outfielder Chris Colabello estimated 70 percent of Twins players chew seeds or gum during the games.
PODCAST PAGE: 7-15-14 The WCCO Morning News With Dave LeeGetting you set for the All Star Game....click the link above to hear some of the best "stuff" from Tuesday's Show.
Twins Blog: Home Run DerbyA former Twins slugger came home Monday night, while the man currently leading the Twins in home runs tried to show off his skills for a national audience. Justin Morneau returned to Target Field for the first time since being traded last August, and was greeted with a rousing ovation. Something he thought he was prepared for based on the number of Twins fans who were in Denver over the weekend for the series between the Rockies and Twins.
Derby Contestant Morneau Makes Return To Minnesota The choice for the final spot on the National League home run derby squad was easy for captain Troy Tulowitzki. Justin Morneau, his Colorado teammate, had the chance to go back to his baseball home in Minnesota.
Twins Blog: Catching Up With MorneauWith three games to go before a much needed break in the season, the Minnesota Twins are wrapping up a quick trip out west with a series against the Colorado Rockies. While purple is the dominant color in the stands, you can't help but notice the abundance of Twins fans in attendance. It's of course, for good reason.