West Fargo - As he watched Jose Bautista round the bases after hitting a pinch-hit home run with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning, Jim Pettersen pumped his arms into the air while Todd Clark couldn’t hide the disgust on his face.RELATED CONTENT
Blyleven brings optimism: Hall of Famer, Twins broadcaster speaks of improvement at Twins Caravan stop in Fargo
FARGO – The Minnesota Twins Winter Caravan stop in Fargo was delayed by about 30 minutes, as the Twins contingent navigated icy roads during three previous Monday stops across the region prior to the evening program.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The Minnesota Twins have endured three straight seasons of 95-plus losses. But the organization and its fans might get their first looks at the future this season.
MOORHEAD – Ben Ellefson had to look to make sure he got his feet down in the end zone for the game-winning touchdown, but his head coach never had any doubt.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – Detroit Lakes football players and coaches huddled around the trophy following their victory Saturday in the Minnesota Class 4A, Section 8 football championship game.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – The Minnesota State Moorhead football team watched a 27-point lead dwindle away, as the University of Mary rallied to tie the game after the Dragons lost their starting quarterback to an injury. But in the end, the Dragons players emerged with the Paddle Trophy for the first time.RELATED CONTENT
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CARBONDALE, Ill. – Southern Illinois head football coach Dale Lennon said he doesn’t need to brag about North Dakota State after watching the Bison mount a third-quarter rally behind an impressive running game.RELATED CONTENT
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MOORHEAD – Minnesota State Moorhead coach Steve Laqua admitted he needed a moment to catch his breath after the completion of Saturday’s game. The Dragons nearly rallied from a 15-point deficit with just over five minutes to go.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo - Same old friends. Same old league. Same old story.
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You have to know when to hold them and know when to fold them. With Major League Baseball’s trade deadline arriving today, folding is the strategy that I think the Minnesota Twins should employ.RELATED CONTENT
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It was an odd sight last week. Footage of Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer fielding ground balls at first base drew all sorts of reactions from a fan base that has grown more cynical as the season wears on.RELATED CONTENT
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I made the joke Wednesday afternoon that Bert Blyleven will sure have a lot of time on his hands now that he doesn’t have to spend so much time pumping up his own candidacy for the Baseball Hall of Fame.RELATED CONTENT
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