‘Greatest Sportscaster Of All Time’: Fans Salute Mark RosenMinnesotans have welcomed Mark Rosen's sports coverage into your homes for nearly 50 years now, so we wanted to give his fans a chance to share why they've loved watching him.
ACES Honors Mark Rosen For Years Of Mentoring, SupportMark Rosen has given a lot of himself in service of Athletes Committed to Educating Students, or ACES. The nonprofit uses sports to teach math and social-emotional learning skills to fourth through eighth graders in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Mark Rosen's Top 4 Sports MomentsAfter 50 years of reporting on Minnesota sports, choosing four moments that stand above the rest wasn’t easy for Mark Rosen.
A Look Back: How MN Sports Changed Over Mark Rosen's 50-Year CareerMark Rosen is retiring from TV after covering Minnesota sports for 50 years at WCCO-TV. So, we thought it was fitting to look back at just how much sports in Minnesota changed and evolved since he began in 1969. Check it out below!
A Behind-The-Scenes Look At A Typical Workday For Mark RosenYou're used to seeing Mark Rosen bring you the sports five nights a week here on WCCO, but there's a lot more that goes into his day before the three minutes you see on television.
Vikings Coin Toss To Come From Mark RosenOur retiring Mark Rosen will do the coin toss for Sunday’s Vikings game as honorary captain.
Mpls. Miracle, Super Bowl, Mauer Retires & More: MN's Top 2018 Sports MomentsFrom the Minneapolis Miracle, Minnesota hosting the Super Bowl, to Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer's retirement, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2018.
Send Mark Rosen Your Best WishesNow's your chance to send Rosen your best wishes as he closes out a half-century's worth of storytelling here at WCCO-TV.
Gov. Dayton Declares Monday 'Mark Rosen Day' In MinnesotaGov. Mark Dayton has declared Monday, Dec. 10, 2018, Mark Rosen Day in Minnesota.
Mark Rosen To Close 50-Year Career At WCCO In January"There are no words to express the appreciation for the outpouring of support my family has received during this difficult time."
Twins Announce Rocco Baldelli, 37, As Next ManagerThe Minnesota Twins have made an important new hire. Rocco Baldelli is the team's new manager. He is coming to Minnesota from the Tampa Bay, where he worked for the Rays. When Thad Levine and Derek Falvey were hired in November of 2016 to run the Twins front office, it was a matter of time before they would bring in their own "guy" to be their manager.