Minnesota Sports
  • Anthony Barr

      EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota Vikings have signed draft picks Anthony Barr, Scott Crichton and Antone Exum to contracts. The Vikings signed Barr, the ninth overall pick, and Exum, a seventh-rounder, on …

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    23 May 14
  • Joerger interviews with Timberwolves

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Memphis coach Dave Joerger met with Minnesota president of basketball operations Flip Saunders on Thursday about the team’s coaching vacancy. A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press …

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    23 May 14
  • Correia and Twins beat Padres 5-3

      SAN DIEGO (AP) – Kevin Correia scattered three runs and four hits over six innings and the Minnesota Twins defeated the San Diego Padres 5-3 on Tuesday night. Correia, a San Diego native, struck …

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    21 May 14
  • Owners to decide on 2018 Super Bowl site

      ATLANTA (AP) – NFL owners will vote Tuesday on the site of the next Super Bowl, choosing between New Orleans, Indianapolis and Minneapolis. Next year’s game is in Arizona, followed by the San Francisco …

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    20 May 14
  • Minnesota Twins v Tampa Bay Rays

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Felix Hernandez pitched eight strong innings and Robinson Cano had four hits and the Seattle Mariners defeated the Minnesota Twins 6-2 on Sunday. Hernandez continued his recent domination of the Twins, …

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    19 May 14
  • Wolves open to idea of trading Love

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Two people with knowledge of the situation tell The Associated Press the Minnesota Timberwolves are now open to the idea of trading star forward Kevin Love if the right deal comes …

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    19 May 14
  • Hicks delivers in 10th to lift Twins over Red Sox

      MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Aaron Hicks delivered the game-winning single in the bottom of the 10th and Phil Hughes struck out eight in six innings to help the Minnesota Twins beat the Boston Red Sox …

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    16 May 14
  • Jerry Kill

    MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Minnesota football coach Jerry Kill is starting a fund to help children with epilepsy. Kill and his wife, Rebecca, donated $100,000 to start the “Chasing Dreams” fund through the Epilepsy Foundation of …

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    16 May 14