Jim Souhan

Columnist | Sports
Phone: 612-719-0257
Jim Souhan writes four columns and week and writes posts to the blog Souhan on Sports on Startribune.com. He can also be heard on 1500ESPN on Sunday from 10-noon and weekdays at 2:05 p.m.

Recent content from Jim Souhan

Souhan: In a flash, Wild gets big boost from Haula

Erik Haula supplied just what the team always needs.

Updated: April 06, 2014, - 01:03 AM

Souhan: Zimmer must decide if unorthodox Manziel can play

The 2012 Heisman winner likes a good time; will he be a great QB in the NFL?

Updated: April 04, 2014, - 11:31 AM

Souhan: After 2013 disaster, Hicks shows signs of fulfilling promise

Aaron Hicks struggled out of the gate in 2013. Monday, he went 2-for-3 with a double and made a running catch in the Twins’ 5-3 loss to the White Sox on Opening Day.

Updated: April 01, 2014, - 12:40 AM

Souhan: A request to the Twins — show us something

Twins fans have soured after three wretched seasons; everyone with the team needs to work to win them back.

Updated: March 31, 2014, - 11:19 AM

Souhan: Kirby vs. Joe? This argument sounds familiar

It’s style (Kirby Puckett) vs. substance (Joe Mauer).

Updated: March 29, 2014, - 09:48 PM

Souhan: Twins placing a lot of hope in their offense

No regular other than Joe Mauer hit better than .259 in 2013. No Twin produced 20 home runs or 80 RBI.

Updated: March 21, 2014, - 07:13 AM

Souhan: Once rowdy Twins clubhouse now sedate

In the old days the Twins clubhouse was part finishing school, part vaudeville act. Not today.

Updated: March 19, 2014, - 01:04 AM

Souhan: What Twin will be the next victim?

The Twins have a history of injuries limiting or ruining the careers of their stars.

Updated: March 17, 2014, - 12:01 AM

Souhan: He doesn't say it openly, but losing eats at Mauer

Joe Mauer doesn’t yearn for 3,000 hits or the Hall of Fame. He’s sick of losing, and aware of what winning would mean for his legacy.

Updated: March 14, 2014, - 01:43 AM

Souhan: Osenieks gets one last moment on the Barn floor

This senior moment was not about forgetting, but about remembering something for the rest of his life.

Updated: March 10, 2014, - 11:44 AM

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