Recent content from Chip Scoggins
Twins fans have endured far too many summers of bad, boring baseball in order to finally experience what's happening right now. The team deserves a major move to ensure an even better chance of success.
As she takes over the top post at a Big Ten school, Joan Gabel knows that her legacy will be defined in some measure by what happens on the athletic side.
As superstars shuffle from team to team, the Wolves can't risk Karl-Anthony Towns becoming dismayed or tired of missing the playoffs -- and ultimately decide he'd rather play somewhere else.
The United States women's soccer team, which will try to win another Women's World Cup on Sunday, remains in a legal dispute over equal pay.
It took a fortuitous final triple bogey to keep some of the tournament's biggest names from missing the cut.
Welcome to Minnesota, Gersson Rosas and Paul Fenton. The start of free agency for the NBA and NHL left fans of the two local teams feeling a mixture of disappointment and anger. Perhaps some resignation, too.
In only his third full season in the starting rotation, Jose Berrios is everything the Twins hoped he would be. He could earn his second consecutive All-Star Game invitation Sunday.
The retired Twins star spoke from his heart as his No. 7 joined his childhood heroes.
Hitting mechanics involve a series of movements working in concert. Joe Mauer made the process look effortless.
We're seeing the player we've all heard about hypothetically for years starting to develop into a complete package. Maybe the lesson to take from Byron Buxton's 2019 season is about patience.