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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.
The Lynx will retire Lindsay Whalen's No. 13 on Saturday; the Twins are retiring Joe Mauer's No. 7 on June 15. Think about how many throughout Minnesota wore either No. 13 or No. 7 the past two decades.
The Twins' window of opportunity looks a lot different now than it did two months ago. If that window had a sign attached, it would read "Go For It."
Phil Esten knew that his alma mater was on shaky ground with the MIAC because that tension was part of the conversation when he sought the job.
Winning makes everyone happy and owning the best record in Major League Baseball creates a fun work environment. Behind the scenes, the Twins are a loose, confident group with a chemistry that reflects their on-field success.
The Gophers ousted two teams from the SEC, college softball's power conference , en route to the College World Series. And it's no fluke.
Odyssey Sims, traded to the Lynx from L.A., is ready for her fresh start with Minnesota. "I told Coach Reeve that I couldn't be in a better situation," she said.
Superstars run the NBA. They force trades. They make pacts to form super teams. They wield considerable power and influence, on and off the court.