If the Twins make the playoffs and win the Wild Card game, it'll start an extraordinary run of sports action for Twin Cities' sports fans.
Thielen and Bradford had great Week 1 performances. But will they continue?
Former Gophers head coach Jerry Kill, who was hospitalized over the weekend after suffering a seizure, is back at his assistant coaching job at Rutgers
Take a three-minute break and watch homer after homer after homer after home after homer after homer after homer.
The trends point to continued success for the Twins, especially with the mediocrity of the teams behind them in the wild-card race.
Here's a look at the most popular local teams in the Twin Cities, with an eye toward the excitement and expectations surrounding them.
A red-hot August has pushed Joe Mauer's batting average to .296, putting him within striking distance of .300 -- a mark he hasn't reached at season's end since 2013.
The Twins are adding new price levels and new section designations throughout Target Field. Not all of the details have been released, but here are the main changes.
Comedian and noted Vikings fan Nick Swardson posted a photo with Aaron Rodgers' ex-girlfriend — and let the trolling begin.
The No. 1 overall pick in the June draft has hit safely in eight of nine games since his quick promotion from the Twins' Rookie League team.
Some decried Briean Boddy-Calhoun's low hit Monday night, which left Beckham, the New York Giants star, with a sprained ankle. Others noted that it was well-within NFL rules.
The weather was a bit better for viewing the eclipse in Chicago, where the Twins are playing a doubleheader against the White Sox.
Eddie Rosario, Byron Buxton and Jorge Polanco are among the those hitting well enough to compensate for Miguel Sano's stint on the disabled list,.
Buxton's inside-the-park home run was the fastest recorded trip around the bases since MLB started keeping track.
The Lynx are now down two starters and enter the final games of the regular season with more of a battle than expected for the WNBA's best record.
In his first appearance in 16 months, Twins pitcher Glen Perkins retired just one batter but acknowledged better days are ahead.
The former Twins, North Stars and ESPN broadcaster, whose partners included Harmon Killebrew and Dick Vitale, set a trail that his son has followed in sports play-by-play.
The Twins have a 22.2 percent chance of being in the postseason -- even though they are only a half-game out right now -- because of the number of teams currently crowded around the second wild-card spot.
The northern Minnesota town honored their coach and teacher of 53 years by naming the school's basketball court in his honor.
No. 1 overall draft pick Royce Lewis had five singles in nine at-bats over the weekend, including hits in his first four at-bats in Saturday's Midwest League debut. His jersey was auctioned off for a huge price, too.