Recent content from Patrick Reusse
Pitchers have held the advantage, but San Francisco's changed approach could offer promise to Twins hitters.
Nebraska, under coach Scott Frost, is 15-24 including 3-4 this season. He has a ways to go to turn the program into a national power again.
The Tommies seem to be adjusting to Division I just fine, while the D-III MIAC is ironing out things after taking in new members.
The Mavericks emerged with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over St. Cloud State on Friday night, drawing the kind of crowd others look to emulate.
Anderson's 40th season as Gophers baseball coach was like none other he'd been through — and it forced him to do something he'd never done before in hopes of restoring the team to success.
Jean, who died on Sept. 29 at 72, was a four-time college champion whose bout with a big buck still has people chuckling in awe.
Notre Dame's famous, 132-foot Jesus is actually from Minnesota and many other locations. But the hardworking "detail guy" who made it happen was from Cold Spring.
The North St. Paul product was a 15th-round draft pick who put on weight and piled up strikeouts.
Here's hoping Mike Zimmer has success this season and sticks around since coaches offering candor are endangered species around here.
From the Twins' forgettable season to a touching gesture from the late Mick Tingelhoff and more items in between, our columnist empties his summer notebook as fall approaches.