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Minnesota Wild: The Start of Something Special

The most heralded prospect in Minnesota Wild history has finally signed on the dotted line. Mikael Granlund, the 20 year old Finnish wonder, signed a three year entry level contract with the franchise, ushering in a new era for an organization that has been stuck on mediocrity since its inception. The Wild have been extremely … Continue reading

Minnesota Twins: Fighting for Mediocrity

We are a fourth of the way through the season and the Minnesota Twins are in a battle with the Chicago Cubs for the worst record in the major leagues. Oh how the times have changed. Just two seasons ago the organization was opening Target Field with the hopes of contending for the World Series. … Continue reading

Is the MLS Coming to Minnesota?

Unless you have been trapped on a deserted island for the last month you may have heard that the Minnesota Vikings have finally mustered up enough support in the legislature to get a stadium bill passed. Vikings fans let out a collective sigh of relief as the looming possibility of their team being relocated vanished … Continue reading

Twins Starting Rotation: How Much Worse Can It Get?

Here is a fun fact: the Minnesota Twins starting rotation ranks dead last in the major leagues with an ERA of 6.59. To put that into perspective, the Boston Red Sox have the second worst ERA with a 5.24. The Twins starters also rank dead last in HR per 9 innings (1.76), K’s per 9 … Continue reading