Photo: MSFCThis is what $18 million dollars in roof looks like.The Metrodome will soon be whole again. If all goes as planned, the new roof will be up by the last week of July, says Bill Lester, executive director of the Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission. After that, they'll need to ... More >>
MSFCThe entire Dome will be a construction zone while workers install new panels.The Metrodome isn't going to be ready for play at least through March. That means roughly 300 baseball games scheduled for the field in the next three months are going to be played elsewhere, says Bill Lester, E ... More >>
Who or what escaped the Metrodome collapse? Now we know the answer.It was one of the most-viewed videos of the weekend: Fox Sports' exclusive footage of the collapse of the Metrodome from inside.Producers suspected the Dome was going to give-way and wisely left their cameras running overnight, wh ... More >>
While most Minnesotans were continuing their celebrations last night, workers at the Metrodome were anxious for everyone to get off the field and out of the building so they could start their work converting the field back into a baseball diamond.
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Two teams enter, one team leaves
Does the Metrodome roof contain the world's largest swastika? The poor Minnesota Twins. Despite a decade of trying to hornswoggle taxpayers into ponying up a couple of hundred million dollars for a new ballpark, the public remains firmly opposed to the idea. The Star Tribune's Minnesota Poll recentl ... More >>
Pawlenty helps revive campaigns for new stadiums
The Minnesota Twins are convinced the public will eventually buy them a new $300 million stadium. They have reason to believe.
The Vikings aren't asking you for anything--yet
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