Minnesota Sports
  • O’S RALLY IN 9TH, DEFEAT TWINS

    The Twins had a big rally against the Baltimore Orioles on Wednesday but in the end it wasn’t enough. Second baseman Ray Olmedo clobbered a home run to right in the bottom of the 8th …

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    14 Mar 13
  • WOLVES HOST SPURS TONIGHT

    The Timberwolves wrap up their brief two-game homestand tonight against the San Antonio Spurs. Minnesota has lost two in-a-row and eight of its last nine following Sunday’s 100-77 setback to Dallas. The T’wolves are 21-and-39 …

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    12 Mar 13
  • TWINS PICK UP A WIN IN GRAPEFRUIT PLAY

    Ray Olmedo tripled in the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th inning as the Twins clipped the Rays 6-4 in Port Charlotte. Eric Fryer tripled in the tying run in the ninth for …

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    12 Mar 13
  • WILD ENTERTAIN THE DUCKS TONIGHT

    The Wild continue their three-game homestand tonight against the Anaheim Ducks. Minnesota will then wrap up the homestand on Thursday against Colorado. The Wild have won two in-a-row following Sunday’s 4-2 victory over Vancouver. They …

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    12 Mar 13
  • WILD SKATE PAST CANUCKS

    Zach Parise had two goals and an assist as the Wild took down the Canucks, 4-2. Jared Spurgeon had a goal and assist while Ryan Suter added two helpers as Minnesota won its third in …

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    11 Mar 13
  • MAV’S HAMMER WOLVES

    Vince Carter posted 22 points and nine rebounds off the bench as the Mavericks mauled the Timberwolves 100-77 at Target Center. Derrick Williams recorded 18 points and nine boards for Minnesota, which has dropped eight-of-nine. …

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    11 Mar 13
  • PIRATES DEFEAT TWINS

    Andrew McCutchen hit a two-run homer to lead the Pirates past the Twins 7-4 in Fort Myers. Josh Willingham hit a solo homer for Minnesota, which fell to 9-and-7. Liam Hendricks allowed four runs on …

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    11 Mar 13
  • PLAYERS APPROVE CHANGES, WILD PLAY SATURDAY

    The NHL Players’ Association is signing off on the league’s realignment plan. The NHL plans to go from six to four divisions next season. The Minnesota Wild would be in a seven-team division that includes …

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    08 Mar 13