Multiplatform editor | Sports

Jeff Day is a sports multiplatform editor for the Star Tribune.

Ten innings the hard way: A guide to the Twins' extra-inning ineptitude

Here's a breakdown in all areas of the game that has led to the Twins' string of failures and 0-7 record when play lasts longer than nine innings.

St. Thomas tight end, who last played in 2018, signed by the Seattle Seahawks

Nick Guggemos, a Benilde-St. Margaret's graduate, appeared in just one collegiate game in 2018, but three years later he has a NFL contract.

'It just makes him look weak.' Responses rage around Rodgers drama

Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw took a strong stance against Rodgers' trade request, but his opinion wasn't alone.

Live: Follow NDSU, UND, SDSU in today's FCS quarterfinals

State of football? There are 73 Minnesotans on rosters of the three Dakota teams among the final eight in the Football Championship Subdivision games starting at 2 p.m.

Joy of fans inside Target Center can't hide the sorrow of downtown

The return of fans to sports stadiums is a step toward a return to normalcy, but normal still feels far away after watching the Wolves and Golden State.

Want to go see Wolves play Curry, Warriors? Good luck with that

The price of a ticket on the secondary market isn't even the most limiting factor for fans wishing to attend the game.

What will the Vikings do? Ten NFL mock drafts make their cases

Keep it? Trade it? Boost the offensive line? Go for an edge rusher? Here's what mock drafts from around the nation think the Vikings will do in the first round.

Local teams, athletes praise Chauvin verdict, call it needed step forward

While Tuesday's verdict was treated as a moment of justice by sports figures across the state, it was also viewed as a continuation point.

Day after: Reaction to Holmgren, Suggs from around the country

Gonzaga has been a national presence in college basketball for years. Getting Minnehaha Academy stars Jalen Suggs and Chet Holmgren booster its recruiting to another level.

Lynx will host fans at Target Center, attendance limit not announced

Like other professional sports teams in town, seats will be sold in pods of two or four to allow for six feet of social distancing between groups of people in attendance.