I think we’re going for human rights for everyone.
With an October 25, 1987 game seven win over the St. Louis Cardinals, the Minnesota Twins brought the Twin Cities their first major sports championship and turned the cities into a one big, crazy, happy family.
Read more in Peter Schilling’s ‘In ’87 the Twins turned the towns upside down’.
Image courtesy of the Minnesota Twins
The National Football League got its money’s worth from a quick flight to Minneapolis this morning.
For one, the stadium would cost a whole lot more than $975 million.
The 7th annual U.S. Pond Hockey Championships were held last weekend at Lake Nokomis in Minneapolis. It’s the largest outdoor hockey event in the country, with over 270 teams and some 1,700 players participating. Check out more of Steve Date’s photos.
It’s not about new rules or more memos going out to stop checking from behind. It’s a cultural shift involving the adults around the game, to where we’re focusing not only on skill, but sportsmanship, fair play and respect. I’m not sure those are things that get addressed on a regular basis.
Hal Tearse, Minnesota Hockey’s Coach-in-Chief and boys’ coach at Providence Academy in Plymouth.
The mysterious third site in Minneapolis for a proposed Vikings stadium — behind the Basilica of St. Mary along Linden Avenue — will come into clearer focus next month.
This is what three second-half meltdowns will do to a Vikings fan.
You think the second half of the jersey burned or just flamed out?