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Minneapolis, MN, United States

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Recent articles by Dave:

Twins bump Blue Jays back in wild card race

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Nick Gordon drove in four runs and Michael Pineda won his third straight start as the Minnesota Twins beat Toronto 7-2 on Thursday night to bump the Blue Jays back in the AL wild-card race. The loss was especially costly for Toronto, which fell a full game behind New York for the second spot and three games behind wild-card leader Boston. → Read More

Yanks, Chisox go deep into corn; Field of Dreams hosts more

The New York Yankees’ ride to the Field of Dreams site to play the Chicago White Sox had everyone’s attention, like a bunch of kids who couldn’t believe what they were getting to do. → Read More

Hall-bound Hutchinson helped raise the profile of NFL guards

Steve Hutchinson was in the 2020 class, but had to wait a year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Naquin’s 3-run homer in 9th gives Reds 10-7 win over Twins

After grinding through a 12-inning victory on Monday night that lasted 5 hours, 14 minutes, the longest in MLB this year, the Twins experienced some bullpen problems of their own. → Read More

Wild brass praise Parise for his handling of benching

Relegated to the fourth line down the stretch of Minnesota’s season and left off the ice for the beginning of the playoffs, Zach Parise was not pleased with his diminished role. → Read More

Fiala, Wild force Game 7 with 3-0 victory over Vegas

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Wild have proven themselves to be a tough out. The Vegas Golden Knights could use some work on their finishing touch. → Read More

Eye on education, Alan Page puts treasured artworks up for sale

The drawings of Jean-Michel Basquiat — “The Athlete” and “Starvation” — will be included among the 400-some items in next month’s 20th century and contemporary art sale at the Phillips Auction Hous… → Read More

Twins, Wolves, Wild postpone games following police shooting

The Minnesota Twins postponed their game against the Boston Red Sox on Monday because of safety concerns following the fatal police shooting of a Black man and the potential for unrest in the area. → Read More

Red Sox-Twins game postponed following fatal police shooting

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins postponed their game against the Boston Red Sox on Monday because of safety concerns following the fatal police shooting of a Black man and → Read More

New Minnesota coach is former player, assistant Ben Johnson

Johnson, a native of Minneapolis and product of the powerhouse program at DeLaSalle High School, played two seasons for the Gophers for Dan Monson after transferring from Northwestern. → Read More

Child dies in Peloton treadmill accident, CEO says

Peloton warns owners to keep kids away from their treadmills after a child dies. → Read More

With sports paused, life altered, athletes make do, make new

Parker Tuomie and his Minnesota State hockey team were thriving last season, pursuing the program’s first NCAA Tournament victory with a fervor that suggested a bigger goal than that. → Read More

Vikings cut TE Kyle Rudolph after 10 years for cap savings

“A pro’s pro,” quarterback Kirk Cousins said on Twitter. “Best hands and the smartest player I’ll ever play with.” → Read More

Wolves hire Chris Finch as coach, after firing Ryan Saunders

The Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday finalized the hiring of Toronto assistant Chris Finch as their new head coach, hours after firing Ryan Saunders with the team carrying the NBA’s worst rec… → Read More

Super Bowl week helps Kirk Cousins and others ‘shine a light’ on human trafficking

One night when Kirk Cousins was 16, as he listened to a presentation at his family’s church in Michigan, he learned for the first time about the worldwide atrocity of human trafficking. → Read More

Astros advance to ALDS after sweeping Twins in Wild Card series

The Houston Astros are on to the American League Division Series! The defending American League champions swept the Minnesota Twins in the best-of-three Wild Card series. → Read More

For Vikings and other NFL teams, virus-proofing is a tall, masked task

The captivation and celebration of the NFL have long stemmed from the speed, strategy, strength and teamwork that make the game go. → Read More

Vikings' infection control officer tests positive for COVID

MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota Vikings vice-president of sports medicine Eric Sugarman, who's in charge of ... → Read More

'Create your own excitement': Players ponder empty buildings

The roar of the crowd has been such a staple of major sports, such an advantage for the home team, that NFL clubs have been accused at times of artificial → Read More

Draft could bring Vikings more help now than North foes

The Minnesota Vikings were forced by a salary-cap crunch this spring into a soft remodel, with many more exits than enhancements to the lineup. They ramped up the project over the weekend.... → Read More