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Reusse: Carleton and Macalester renew rivalry in a 'book' battle

Intriguing brainiac trophy made it worth a visit to the Division III stadium that will be renamed later this year for a former Carleton coach.

Reusse: Correa was always going to get the 'Dior' contract, just not from Twins

Veteran shortstop Carlos Correa gave an honest answer on Thursday. More truth: He's going to get a major contract this offseason, and it almost certainly won't come from Minnesota.

Reusse: Winless to undefeated, Henry's turnaround started with vow

The Patriots entered the season with a losing streak that dated back to 2019. But the very first play of this season showed that things would be different.

Reusse: Playing football is plenty for Bethel QB Roste; beating St. John's a bonus

Jaran Roste, injured on Bethel's first series of his sixth season, returned to quarterback the Royals to a most gratifying win.

Reusse: In Judge-vs.-Ohtani debate, team record proves a worthy tiebreaker

Shohei Ohtani might be having a better year than he did a year ago, but Aaron Judge's mighty bat kept the Yankees afloat when the rest of the lineup did next to nothing.

Reusse: Dissecting Lopez's catastrophic fall from grace with Twins

Acquired at the trade deadline to help push for the AL Central, righthander Jorge Lopez hasn't shown the promise displayed in Baltimore.

Reusse changes his mind: Time to grab an oar and endorse P.J. Fleck

After a lengthy lunch with 89-year-old businessman and Gophers booster Harvey Mackay, columnist Patrick Reusse took a step back and reassessed his skepticism of the head coach and his team.

Reusse: Even the most diehard of Twins optimists see writing on the wall

Tyann Alexander is among those ready to throw in the towel on a lost 2022 season.

Reusse: Former Gophers volleyball star Gentil made sure Hebert's hunch was right

A Brazilian, Paula Gentil flourished as the Gophers' first libero, leading the team to its first Big Ten title and back-to-back final fours in 2003 and 2004.

Reusse: Princeton's Dorr exemplifies an amateur baseball Hall of Famer

Luther Dorr will enter the Minnesota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame this weekend after decades spent playing and covering local baseball.