6 Minnesota Athletes Who Retired YoungHere are six Minnesota athletes who retired either far too young or with plenty left to play for.
A Look At Minnesotans’ Long History On Letterman
Kirby Puckett Eye Mobile Gives Free Exams, Glasses To StudentsWithout good vision, everything is much more difficult. But if you don't have insurance, it can be a struggle to pay for an eye exam and prescription glasses. About 20 St. Paul kids who failed vision screenings at their school last fall got a follow-up exam Thursday with an optometrist.
Twins, MLB Offer Free Eye Exams In Kirby’s HonorThe Twin Cities are seeing another benefit from hosting the 2014 All-Star Game. Major League Baseball and the Minnesota Twins are funding a program that provides free eye exams to people who can't afford to see a doctor.
Commemorative Streets For Twins' HOFers Get New LocationThe Minnesota Twins and the city of Minneapolis found new locations for the two streets commemorating the Twins' Hall of Famers, Kirby Puckett and Rod Carew. Kirby Puckett Place and Rod Carew Drive will be relocated next to Target Field.
Top 5 Minnesota Twins All-Star Game MomentsThe MLB All-Star Game is coming to Minneapolis this year with events starting as early as Friday. It prompted us to ponder some of the great All-Star moments in history for the Twins organization.
Top 5 Options For The Next Target Field Bronze Statue"T.C. the Bear" was recently unveiled as the newest bronze statue at Target Field ahead of the MLB All-Star Game in July. It led us to ponder, what Twins great deserves to have a bronze statue at the ballpark?
Twins Blog: TwinsFest To Sell Memorabilia From Soon-To-Be-Deflated DomeAs the Metrodome prepares to be deflated, a lot of people are reflecting back on their time spent inside the stadium. The Dome was home to the Minnesota Vikings and Twins. Even though they moved out four years ago, the Twins have cleaned out their Target Field closets and found lots of unique memorabilia. Many items came from their hold home, the Metrodome.
Twins Blog: Staying In The SportBaseball has many players. I don’t mean just those on the field. There are coaches, hundreds of employees who work front office and dozens groom the field. There are also the people who work in the stadium, the vendors, reporters, TV crews, merchandise sellers, fans, reporters. You get the idea. One of those guys who’s “a part of the sport” is Gordy Jones. He’s worn many hats throughout his career: a newspaper writer, blogger, photographer and most recently, children’s author. “Baseball is my passion,” Jones said. “I love kids and I like to do as many things as I can. I’m having more fun now than I’ve ever had in my life.”
Is Justin Morneau's Home Run Power Back?Is the power back on? It's a question a whole lot of Twin Cities residents were asking last week. And it's one that a whole lot of Twins fans were asking about in terms of Justin Morneau on Sunday night.
Twins' Top Draft Pick In '08 Now Takes Over Center FieldUnlike the NFL or the NBA, No. 1 draft choices in Major League Baseball often spend years in the minors before getting a shot at the majors.
What's Tom Brunansky 'The Coach' Going To Be Like?The Minnesota Twins employ a field of dreams coaching staff.
Joe Buck Echoes His Dad’s Famous Home Run Call In World SeriesThere are some eerie parallels between the thrilling finish of Game 6 of the World Series Thursday night and Game 6 of the Twins-Atlanta game in 1991.
Twins Blog: The LegendThere’s a good reason why Harmon Killebrew’s statue is located where it’s at on the Target Field Plaza.
Gordy's Garage: Kirby's Corvette People who visit The Garage often ask questions, and that is why we're here. But sometimes readers provide answers.