Marsh had been Royals' starting quarterback and closer in baseball. On Sunday, he made first college start in baseball and result was 2-hit shutout.
The Twins couldn't fix Aaron Hicks when he was rushed to the big leagues. Gardenhire and the Tigers are now trying to fix gifted Jacoby Jones at the plate.
Cora heard about baseball gambling in Taiwan. Kelly watched sheer panic when Sandberg was scratched. And Brandon Lang says, "Window dressing.''
The latest setback for the powerful third baseman shouldn't diminish the fact that he's slowly on the right road to better discipline.
Rudy Hernandez, the Twins' assistant hitting coach, played for Mario Gonzalez Sr. in Venezuela. And as of Monday, he's coaching Mario's son, Marwin.
Anthony Dirrell took a title, and Minneapolis' Jamal James took a big step toward a first title shot on Saturday's PBC boxing card.
Marwin Gonzalez can play anywhere -- and Astros' manager A.J. Hinch found that to be a considerable comfort.
The portly Twins utilityman was edged for league MVP honors by former Twins outfielder Delmon Young, but ended up on the team that won the league title.
Miguel Sano arrived at spring training Sunday on Twins' reporting day for position players and ... well, he looked terrific.
Berrios, Stewart and other Twins pitchers will vow for Brian Navarreto as exceptional receiver.
Al Lang was a crusader to bring major league teams to Florida for spring training. And now he has a plaque outside a soccer stadium.
All the Purple crowd could hope last Sunday was coming out on the right side of grudges, and that turned out to be case for generations of Vikings fans.
Augsburg is rated No. 1 in wrestling, No. 4 in men's hockey, and there's more good news after a rough fall on the gridiron.
Stigman, the lefthander from downtown Nimrod, Minn., is the senior coach for Fantasy Campers this week at Twins' complex.
Maybe if Nick Saban covered that coiff of hair with a houndstooth hat he could be as lovable as Bear Bryant. A few wrinkles in the face would help, too.
Okerlund was selling ads for independent TV station Channel 11. Verne Gagne needed emergency interviewer for the weekly wrestling show at station -- and the rest became legend.
The first of four PBC cards this year will be held on Feb, 23. Minneapolis welterweight contender Jamal James will be in a featured bout.
Isaiah Washington was most-ballyhooed recruit of Richard Pitino's six years with Gophers. Two Minnesota point guards from the same class have broken through elsewhere.
Uncle Pat gave some advice to La Velle Neal III before he headed to New Orleans for baseball's winter meetings in 2003. This time he's visiting another evil temptress: Vegas.
The NFL remains vile in its boycott of Colin Kaepernick. Also: We get to the bottom of the two Flecks.