Plain Dealer 3 hours ago
Trevor Bauer held the Twins to three runs over six innings on Wednesday, but the Indians hitters offered him little support in a 3-1 loss to the Twins.
Columbus Dispatch 6 hours ago
MINNEAPOLIS — Indians newcomers Roberto Perez and Jose Ramirez had their fingerprints all over yesterday’s series finale against the Minnesota Twins.
Access Vikings | Minneapolis Star-Tribune 7 hours ago
Xavier Rhodes' development might be the key to success.
Plain Dealer 9 hours ago
Cleveland Indians' offense serves up colossal stinker against Minnesota Twins: DMan's Report, Game 101, Wednesday
The Indians are 5-5 against the Twins this season.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 12 hours ago
With Class A center fielder Byron Buxton now at five games missed (and counting) with a sore right wrist, the Twins got another dose of bad news about one of their top pitching prospects.
Gophers Now | St. Paul Pioneer Press 12 hours ago
Getting a combined 12 players, including nine first rounders drafted the last two years was far from the norm for the Big Ten. But there's no reason to think the league's talent level will drop off that much any time soon. All-Americans Victor Oladipo, Cody Zeller, Trey Burke and Tim Hardaway Jr. went pro early in 2013. But the Big Ten was even deeper with NBA prospects the following year. Five players from the conference were drafted in the first round for the first time since 1990 (Michigan's Nik Stauskas and Mitch McGary, Indiana's Noah Vonleh, Michigan State's Gary Harris and Adreian......
Twins Now | St. Paul Pioneer Press 12 hours ago
With Class A center fielder Byron Buxton now at five games missed (and counting) with a sore right wrist, the Twins got another dose of bad news about one of their top pitching prospects. Right-hander Kohl Stewart was scratched from his scheduled start on Wednesday night for Class A Cedar Rapids due to "a little shoulder soreness," according to Brad Steil, Twins director of minor league operations. Stewart, the No. 4 overall pick in 2013, had posted a 1.86 earned run average his past eight starts, dating to June 1. However, he averaged fewer than five innings in those appearances, which......
St. Paul Pioneer Press 13 hours ago
RENTON, Wash. -- Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice announced his retirement from the NFL on Wednesday after an injury-filled career that included issues with concussions.
Akron Beacon Journal 13 hours ago
MINNEAPOLIS: Indians newcomers Roberto Perez and Jose Ramirez had their fingerprints all over Wednesday’s series finale against the Minnesota Twins.But without a little help from the club’s veterans during the afternoon game played in front of 34,608 at Target Field, the Indians lost the game 3-1 and dropped the series two games to one.The loss seemed to sting a little too, as the Indians players showered, grabbed a bite to eat and packed their bags in relative silence before boarding a flight for Kansas City, the next stop on an important 11-game road trip against Central Division...
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 13 hours ago
The new coach of the Vikings received some tips from his mentor before the start of camp.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 13 hours ago
New Vikings coach Mike Zimmer is ready to take on the challenges of his first training camp.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 14 hours ago
About a month before local officials made their winning pitch to the NFL to land Super Bowl 2018, metro mayors got an unusual-looking request.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 15 hours ago
Little did some guys know when watching "Hard Knocks" in recent years they were seeing a preview of their 2014 training camp.
St. Paul Pioneer Press 16 hours ago
Longtime Twins reliever Matt Guerrier has been designated for release or assignment, manager Ron Gardenhire said after Wednesday's 3-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians at Target Field.
Minneapolis Star-Tribune 16 hours ago
A Football Outsiders post on ESPN.com caught our attention this afternoon. Using a number of criteria, they attempted to rank the NFL teams from 1-32 when it comes to the best accumulation of talented players less than 25 years old. Now, having that many good, young players doesn’t necessarily translate to success, but Seattle was No. 1 on the list last year and won the Super Bowl; crazily enough, the Seahawks sunk to the bottom of the list this year because many of those top young players are a year older and no longer qualify. That is an indicator of just how arbitrary the 25-year-old...