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  • Twins Trade Span

    The Minnesota Twins traded veteran outfielder Denard Span to the Washington Nationals for a top pitching prospect. Span hit .283 with 38 doubles, four home runs and 41 RBI for the Twins last season and …

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    30 Nov 12
  • Rubio Back on the Floor

    Timberwolves point guard Ricky Rubio spent a couple of days earlier this week visiting doctors in Colorado. His medical team gave him the go-ahead to start practicing this week with the hope of returning to …

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    30 Nov 12
  • NHL, Players Meet With Federal Mediators

    The NHL and the Players’ Association met with federal mediators on Wednesday in an attempt to spur negotiations towards a new Collective Bargaining Agreement. NHLPA executive director Donald Fehr said the discussions are expected to …

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    29 Nov 12
  • Vikes Prepare for Sunday, Players are Cleared

    The Vikings continue to prepare for Sunday’s NFC North showdown with the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Minnesota has dropped three-of-four following last week’s 28-10 loss in Chicago. The Vikings sit at 6-and-5, two …

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    29 Nov 12
  • Clippers Edge Wolves

    Former Wolves player Chauncey Billups had seven points and three assists in his return for the Clippers as they defeated his former team 101-95 last night in LA. Billups had missed the first 14 games …

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    29 Nov 12
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    The Gustavus Men’s Basketball team discusses strategy during a second half time out of a 81 to 73 loss to Augsburg. The Auggies had five in double figures, lead by Parker Hines 22 points. Augsburg …

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    29 Nov 12
  • Jennings Could Play Sunday

    The Green Bay Packers expect Pro Bowl wide receiver Greg Jennings to play Sunday against the Vikings at Lambeau Field. Jennings has missed the past seven games after a November 1st surgery to repair an …

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    28 Nov 12
  • Wild Staff Pay Cuts

    Around 200 full-time employees of the Minnesota Wild will have their hours and wages cut if the N-H-L lockout continues. The team confirmed that the staff could be put on a four-day, 32-hour work week …

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    28 Nov 12