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Pete Gorton's research shed a light on Donaldson, one of the top Black pitchers of the 20th century, for now his legacy resides in a basement in New Brighton.
The Lynx are on the fast track to the WNBA playoff in large thanks to trailblazing athlete Layshia Clarendon.
The Hall of Famer closed with a 67 to win the event at the Meadows at Mystic Lake.
Suni Lee is inspiring others after winning three medals, including a gold in the all-around competition and Sunday morning's bronze on the uneven bars.
Ryan Jeffers and Miguel Sano both homer twice, but starter J.A. Happ gives up nine runs to Detroit.
It's the first time a team has outhomered an opponent by seven and still lost.
Mike and Amy Parratto cheered on star student Regan Smith before rooting their daughter, Jessica, at the Tokyo Olympics — all before swim team practice back home.
Speaking at Target Field before Monday's game against the Tigers, Byron Buxton said he wanted to stay with the Twins, who selected him No. 2 overall in the 2012 draft.
Alex Colome gave up a tying two-run homer in the ninth inning after Taylor Rogers left because of an injury.
The New Jersey high school standout had committed to play for Florida, but will now start his pro career.
The Loons squandered one opportunity after another before striking in the 75th and 85 minutes.
The Lakeville swimmer is the first Olympian to come out of Riptide Swim Club since it opened in 2012. She's created quite a fan club.
The Loons play the Timbers on Saturday night at Allianz Field.
Romain Metanire and Michael Boxall could both be back in the lineup, with the Loons coming off a big win against Seattle.
The Loons were back at training Tuesday for the first time since their 1-0 victory over Seattle, and the feeling was much different than last week.
Megan Schultze, a National Merit Scholar when she's not in the pool, is the winner of the Star Tribune All-Metro Sports Student First Award.
Coach Chris Finch said Anthony Edwards would be here later this week to be "properly assessed" after getting hurt during a practice in Las Vegas.
'I just flourished,'' said Henry Shannon III. recipient of the Star Tribune All-Metro Sports Courage in Competition Award. His route from B team to varsity to Division II scholarship player is uncommon.
Motivated by reading stories of players at schools around the country being barred from speaking out, Edina's Allie Murphy decided to bring the movement to her basketball team. Her efforts earned Murphy the Star Tribune All-Metro Sports Difference Maker Award.
The Twins on Friday started three rookies in 23-year-old right fielder Alex Kirilloff, 24-year-old left fielder Trevor Larnach and 23-year-old catcher Ben Rortvedt.
Kenta Maeda's wardrobe on Friday functioned fine, with with five more scoreless innings at Target Field leading the way for a second consecutive Twins win over Detroit.
Michael Pineda, back from the IL, gave up 12 hits, the most he's allowed in his 10 big-league seasons, in a 6-1 loss to the Chicago White Sox at Target Field.
Josh Donaldson has missed four games because of a hamstring strain.
The teams meet at noon with former Twin Lance Lynn pitching for Chicago
The run reached seven games with the help of reserves, who scored both Loons goals.
Raitala started at right back, while Lod was not available.
The Star Tribune Metro Badminton Player of the Year nearly quit the sport amid the pandemic, then led her school to the team championship and won the singles title.
The Twins (33-43), 11-8 in their past 19 games, are 16-20 in road games.
With her experience as a former Minnesota United executive, team president Andrea Yoch believes Minnesota will embrace a team in the new 'W League.'