Sling TV and DISH dropped the regional sports networks more than a year ago and haven’t added them back.
If your temptation after an 0-3 start for the Vikings was to ask, “What else could go wrong?” then Tuesday provided a bleak answer.
Way back about a decade ago -- actually, it was just earlier this year -- the hottest story line in sports was the cheating Houston Astros.
I’m not here to pour salt in these wounds. Rather, I continue to be struck by just how similar Butler and Diggs are.
A win over the Titans would go a long way toward getting back on track. But a loss? At least through three games, it would put the 2020 Vikings in very unflattering company.
Josh Donaldson gave custom robes to his teammates — casual elegance as they enter quarantine heading into the postseason. One of the robes caused quite a stir during Tuesday's game.
Getting past the first round will be difficult — particularly if it’s against the Yankees, for both historical and practical reasons. But what if the Twins do?
Wentz didn’t know that real Eagles fans at home were hearing fake Eagles fans boo him, and real Eagles fans at home didn’t know that Wentz couldn’t hear the boos they were hearing. Huh?
The question wouldn’t be worth asking — at least not yet — if the Vikings’ first two losses of the season were more pedestrian, couldn’t-catch-a-break types of defeats.
At this point, it would take some significant movement over the final 10 days of games to dislodge a Twins-Yankees series in the first round of the playoffs.
Wednesday’s news that the Wild sent Eric Staal to Buffalo in exchange for Marcus Johansson was a head-scratching moment.
Twins fans who had grown accustomed to the pleasant comfort of Taylor Rogers entering a ballgame have been jolted in 2020 by a much different experience.
Pro Football Focus gave cornerback Xavier Rhodes a low mark in his Indianapolis debut, which included a touchdown play on which he was beaten badly. Here's a Week 1 recap.
Zimmer has enough of a track record and history with the Vikings defense that he can be allowed a mulligan and have the benefit of using Sunday's loss as a teachable moment.
The NFL should get some credit for the steps it has taken, but Thursday should remind us — as so much does these days — of how far we have left to go.
Ex-Wild coach Bruce Boudreau could probably make a good living by talking about hockey on TV, as he's been doing. But that's not where his heart is at.
With talent on both sides of the ball, how concerned should Vikings fans be about the one fundamental thing that likely will make or break their season?
The team looks good at linebacker and running back. But there are other position groups that don't inspire nearly as much confidence. Here's how RandBall feels about them.
In reality, the Twins' TV transition away from analyst Bert Blyleven started a long time before Wednesday, when a rather abrupt-seeming announcement in the afternoon…
With Buxton and others on the mend, the Twins are plenty good enough to make it to the finish line -- and perhaps beyond.