Minnesota Sports
  • Hasselbeck to Start Against Vikes

    Matt Hasselbeck will be under center for the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at Minnesota. The veteran signal-caller will start in place of the injured Jake Locker, who is out with a shoulder injury. Locker was …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Cabrera Wins Triple Crown

    Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera ends an amazing season by capturing the first Triple Crown in Major League Baseball in 45 years. Cabrera ended the regular season leading the American League with a .330 batting …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Wolves Practice Today

    The Timberwolves will have a roughly three-hour practice later today at training camp at the Bresnan Center in Mankato. Training camp runs through tomorrow in Mankato. The team will open the exhibition schedule on October …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Lynx Host Sparks

    The Lynx host the Los Angeles Sparks in Game One of the Western Conference finals tonight. The teams split the four meetings during the regular season, with each team winning both games on their home …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Twins Lose, Finish 66-96

    Toronto’s Brandon Morrow struck out 11 batters through eight innings of one-run ball to lead the Blue Jays to a 2-1 win over the Twins last night in Toronto. Morrow allowed just three hits and …

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    04 Oct 12
  • Labor Talks Continue, No Progress

    There is still no progress in NHL labor negotiations after the league and Players Association met for two hours on Tuesday. The two sides met for three straight days Friday, Saturday and Sunday before taking …

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    03 Oct 12
  • Vikings Prepare for Sunday

    The 3-and-1 Minnesota Vikings will be back on the practice field later today. The coaching staff will begin implementing this week’s gameplan for Tennessee. The Titans visit the Metrodome on Sunday. The Vikes beat Detroit …

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    03 Oct 12
  • Jay’s Edge Twins

    Toronto’s Kelly Johnson hit a two-run homer as the Blue Jays held off the Twins 4-3 last night in Toronto. Rajai Davis and Yunel Escobar singled in runs for the Jays, who have won the …

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    03 Oct 12