Whoever was responsible for copy editing the first batch of Teddy Bridgewater jerseys for sale at Target failed hard, as shirts that hit store shelves left the G out of the rookie quarterback's last name.Typos are inevitable, but not when you have just two words (or, in this case, a word and a name) ... More >>
Seasonal thaws and spring training starting up in Florida are plenty to get Minnesota Twins fans giddy for the sights and sounds at Target Field. Music plays a huge role in baseball, so events like Rock N Jock Expo can feed urges for all sorts of fans this weekend. The now-annual event brings togeth ... More >>
While Chris Kluwe spends the weekend in New York City at a friend's wedding, Jeff Locke, the Vikings' 5th Round pick during last weekend's NFL draft, will be trying to take his job.SEE ALSO: Chris Kluwe on out gay athlete: "Big kudos to Jason Collins"That's because the Vikings are holding a rookie m ... More >>
The last year and a half has surely been an extremely frustrating time for Twins first baseman and former MVP Justin Morneau. In July 2010, Morneau, 30, took a knee to the head while sliding into second base to break up a double play in Toronto. He was concussed, but the impact didn't look severe ... More >>
Another woman has come forward with sexual harassment allegations against Brett Favre.The other cleat just dropped.Today, on Brett Favre's birthday of all days, The New York Post published allegations of a second woman claiming lewd sexual harassment by the Vikings quarterback."He was looking at ... More >>
Image via vikings.comJay Glazer says Brett Favre's coming backBrett Favre is "back in" as a Minnesota Viking for the 2010-11 season according to Jay Glazer, who covers the NFL for Fox Sports. He posted confirmation of Favre's intentions on Twitter, after another day of speculation kicked off ... More >>
Opening Day! Will a hot spring training bat translate into early-season success? What about the inverse? Here's what the numbers say.
Dwane Casey tries to save the hapless Wolves—and his own job
Remember this time last year when everyone was falling all over themselves predicting a World Series trip for the beloved Twinkies? Safe to say it's been a long year since then.
They might not be giants, but the 2005-'06 Timberwolves will be better than you think: An opening night FAQ
Bert Blyleven: Clown, color man -- and the best eligible pitcher who's not in the Hall of Fame
So maybe yesterday's post did put the jinx on the Twinks after all. But more likely, it's just that the Twins were struck with a typical bout of Bradke Ball, wherein the team's once and forever "ace," Brad Radke, does what he usually does: Give up a home run or two in the first three innings before ... More >>
Another year, another playoff collapse
Despite KG's best efforts, it looks like another year, another one-and-out for the troubled Wolves. If they're lucky.
The NBA embraces a long-prohibited defensive style. The Timberwolves are poised to cash in.
After months of negotiations, the Minnesota Lynx enter their first season with a union, a contract, and a princely $25,000 minimum salary
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