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.
FARGO – If you were unable to secure tickets to the Football Championship Subdivision title game, you are far from alone.
Twenty years have passed since the Twins and Braves met in the 1991 World Series.
FARGO – Cable One subscribers will be feeling a similar effect during Minnesota Wild season as they did during the Twins season.
Fargo - Walking into Yankee Stadium on the final day of the 1961 season, Roger Maris knew that his place in baseball history was on the line.
FARGO – Eric Jensen often kept score when attending New York Yankees games as a youth. But once history is made, even the toughest habits can be easily broken.
If it feels like it’s been awhile since the Minnesota Timberwolves hired a veteran head coach, that’s because it has been.
MOORHEAD – An unusual happening at The Meadows Golf Course on Tuesday left one golf professional shocked and an area golfer “freaked out.”
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.
Dating back to 2007, I’ve gone to Fenway Park (Boston), Safeco Field (Seattle), Miller Park (Milwaukee), U.S. Cellular Field (Chicago), Wrigley Field (Chicago), Busch Stadium (St. Louis) and Kauffman Stadium (Kansas City), mostly going with some friends from high school. This year, a co-worker and I drove – yes, drove! – to Denver to check out Coors Field.
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