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  • Tribe wins in 10

    Casey Kotchman’s walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th lifted the Indians to a 4-3 win over the Twins yesterday afternoon at Progressive Field. Trevor Plouffe clubbed a solo homer and Denard Span added …

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    21 Sep 12
  • Lynx Play Tonight

    The Lynx are in Los Angeles to square off with the Sparks tonight. Minnesota finished off a home-and-home sweep of the Fever with an 86-79 win on Monday. The Lynx have already locked up the …

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    20 Sep 12
  • NHL Cancels Preseason Thru Sept.

    There will be no NHL hockey at least through the end of the month. The league has cancelled preseason games through September 30th due to the lockout. The Wild would have opened preseason play against …

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    20 Sep 12
  • Twins Top Tribe

    Josh Willingham went 4-for-5 with a homer and four RBI to power the Twins to a 6-4 win over the Indians. Joe Mauer knocked in a run and scored another for Minnesota, which has won …

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    20 Sep 12
  • Gustie Golfer of the Week

    Athletes often refer to being, “in the zone,” and that certainly seems to be the case for Gustavus men’s golfer Andrew Oakes (Hermantown, Minn.) over the last few weeks. The Gustie junior continued his torrid …

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    19 Sep 12
  • Gopher FB,Womens Hockey & Basketball News

    Golden Gopher football coach Jerry Kill says if injured quarterback MarQueis [[ mar-QWEES ]] Gray is healthy enough to play that he will likely be the backup quarterback this weekend against Syracuse. Gray is doubtful …

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    19 Sep 12
  • Vikings make Roster Moves

    The Vikings made some minor roster moves yesterday. The Vikings signed tackle Troy Kropog to the practice squad. Minnesota also released wide receiver Tori Gurley. Minnesota will be back on the practice today, getting ready …

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    19 Sep 12
  • Lynx Meet Obama

    Kudos at the White House yesterday for the 2011 WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx. President Obama called Lynx team members role models, saying “you don’t see them on Sportscenter doing stupid stuff. They play the game …

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    19 Sep 12