Three years and nearly a billion dollars later, the Central Corridor is (almost) up and running.RELATED: First train trip down Central Corridor tracks is in the books [PHOTOS] Green Line LRT trains aren't carrying passengers yet, but this morning, they ran up and down University Avenue as engineers ... More >>
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The Baseball Project is a supergroup of four veterans of American underground rock and punk. Combining talents from R.E.M., the Dream Syndicate and Minneapolis's Zuzu's Petals, each member contributes 30 or more years of experience, and they are also huge baseball fans. The band features Steve ... More >>
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In March, the Minnesota Twins said the organization planned to release its "It Gets Better" video in May. Well, May came and went without a team-sponsored anti-bullying video clip surfacing.But fear not, says Kevin Smith, Twins director of public affairs. The video is still in the works and should d ... More >>
A few ideas to better the event.
NBA All-Star reserves named today.
A role reversal is needed for the Twins to extend their season.
Fibonnacci BlueAmerica's pastime gets politicalChanting "Stop the Hate! Move the game!" protesters crashed a quarterly meeting of Major-League Baseball owners at the Graves Hotel yesterday, demanding that the All-Star game be moved from Arizona unless the state repeals its controversial new i ... More >>
For the third year running, Mauer rebounds will swagger.
Young led all of baseball with a monster .434 average in July.