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Megan Ryan is a business department team leader.

Prior to taking on an editing role, Ryan was a sports reporter at the Star Tribune covering the Twins for two seasons. She also previously reported on the Gophers and Minnesota United FC. Before returning to Minnesota, she spent two years at the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette covering Penn State football, Robert Morris basketball and high school sports. A Minnesota native and Minneapolis resident, she graduated magna cum laude from the University of Minnesota with a major in journalism and minors in management and global studies. She has lived in Pennsylvania, Texas (covering the real Friday Night Lights for the Dallas Morning News) and New York (as a sports copy editor for a summer through the Dow Jones News Fund).

Hormel asks Minneapolis chef Ann Kim to can the Spam, so now it's 'Ann's ham'

The Austin, Minn.-based creator of the processed canned pork owns the trademark to the Spam name, which the chef was using at Kim's, her Uptown establishment.

1 infield, 3 shortstops? Prospects Lee, Lewis imagine sharing field with Correa

Carlos Correa, Royce Lewis and Brooks Lee share the same position — for now — but could all start in the infield together in coming years. Who would go where?

Miranda works on launching a season with more staying power

Twins infielder Jose Miranda — he'll likely be at third base this season — tailed off after a strong start in 2022, so he worked out, improved his diet and is 12 pounds lighter.

Twins anticipate better ticket sales, making improvements to Target Field

The team hopes to sell 2 million tickets after having the fewest number of fans since Target Field opened.

Joe Mauer voted into Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame

A three-time batting champion as a catcher, Mauer retired following the 2018 season. The induction ceremony will be Aug. 5 at Target Field.

Gophers again force overtime, but Michigan wins for series split

Another packed house saw another thrilling game that went beyond 60 minutes — but only by 49 seconds.

Matthew Knies scores late in overtime as Gophers edge Michigan 4-3

The home team had to rally after falling behind the Wolverines, getting the tying goal from Jackson LaCombe in the third period.

After chaos, Correa's unprecedented free-agent journey ends

Carlos Correa witnessed at least three versions of his future flash before his eyes. But his tumultuous free agency, which ended with returning to the Minnesota Twins, didn't leave Correa rattled.

'My heart was here.' Correa describes twisting road that led back to Twins

Carlos Correa's agent said team physician Chris Camp was a key figure in erasing any doubts the Twins had after working with the star shortstop last season.

Moving things around: How Correa's return gives roster a major boost

The Twins won't start spring training for another month, but their roster is suddenly looking complete. The outlook changed that quickly when Carlos Correa agreed to return to Minnesota.