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Only 10% of polled general managers picked Minnesota to finish as a top four-seed in the Western Conference.
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Fragapane is on a team-friendly guaranteed compensation of $257,000, per MLSPA, and has been one of the most productive Loons over his two seasons.
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Safety Lewis Cine undergoes ‘successful’ surgery
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Minnesota operated at 76.14% on the penalty kill — 25th in the NHL — and allowed opposing teams to score a whopping 63 goals on the power play in the process.

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Jefferson bounced back from two lackluster performances to catch 10 passes for 147 yards in Sunday’s 28-25 win over New Orleans in London and was named Man of the Match.
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The White Sox rallied against Twins reliever Griffin Jax, who fell to 7-4 after yielding one run on two hits in the seventh.
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Arraez entered Monday’s play with a .315 to .311 edge over New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, who would win the first Triple Crown since 2012 if he surpassed the Minnesota Twins’ infielder.
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Rookie expected to miss rest of season.
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ESPN’s Brian Windhorst reported that Towns had a throat infection that caused him trouble breathing. Towns participated in non-contact work in Monday’s practice.
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With the Oct. 13 season opener against the New York Rangers fast approaching, the Wild are expected to finalize their lineup in the coming days.

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Kramer was the starting quarterback for the Vikings when they played the first NFL game in London, a 28-10 preseason win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Aug 6, 1983. He threw the first touchdown pass ever in the United Kingdom, hitting running back Ted Brown in the second quarter from nine yards out.
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With three games remaining for the Twins (and four for the Yankees), Twins infielder Luis Arrraez and New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge remain locked in a tight race for the American League batting title.
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While the day started inauspiciously — Twins fielders committed three errors in the first inning — the rookie settled in nicely, throwing five innings and allowing just three hits in the Twins’ 5-2 loss to the Tigers (65-93) in the series finale at Comerica Park, a game in which the Twins (77-82) managed just three hits of their own.

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