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Moorhead - So much for sports being a release. Instead of providing a needed escape from the usual day-to-day stresses, fans of Minnesota professional teams were likely looking for an escape from their loyalties to the Twins, Vikings, Timberwolves and Wild in 2011.RELATED CONTENT
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FARGO – Cable One subscribers will be feeling a similar effect during Minnesota Wild season as they did during the Twins season.
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Two men record holes-in-one on same hole with same club on same day at The Meadows in Moorhead, Minn.
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Fargo isn’t the only place full of people that think Roger Maris should be a Hall of Famer. The former Fargo Shanley standout that broke Babe Ruth‘s single-season home run record in 1961 was recently the subject of a column by the New York Times’ George Vescey.RELATED CONTENT
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The season is over for the Minnesota Twins, but things are just starting to heat up for general manager Bill Smith.RELATED CONTENT
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As the Minnesota Twins keep finding ways to win, I keep having flashbacks to Sunday, Sept. 13. I was at the Metrodome to watch the Twins face the Oakland Athletics, with no illusions at all of this team making up – at the time – a 5½-game deficit in the AL Central race.RELATED CONTENT
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The Cleveland Browns aren’t announcing their starting quarterback for Sunday’s season opener against the Minnesota Vikings until just prior to game time.