Single-game tickets for the Vikings' 2015 season go on sale Tuesday.
It's the Vikings' last season outdoors at the University of Minnesota's TCF Bank Stadium. The Vikings start playing in the new U.S. Bank Stadium in 2016.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. at the Vikings ticket office or through Ticketmaster. All sales are cash or credit card only. Prices range from $44 to $150.
Single-game tickets are available for all preseason and regular-season games except for the Nov. 22 Vikings-Packers game, which are available as part of a two-game package including home games against St. Louis, Chicago or the New York Giants.
Wild's top pick signs
The Wild didn't waste time signing its 2015 first-round pick. Joel Eriksson Ek, selected 20th overall last month, agreed to his three-year, entry-level contract Monday. Plans are for the 18-year-old forward to return to Sweden to play for his professional team, Farjestad, next season.
The contract slides until he turns pro in North America.
"He's a top young player with an exciting package of size, skill, hockey sense and character," assistant GM Brent Flahr said.
Eriksson Ek and the rest of the prospects close development camp Tuesday with a 6:30 p.m. public scrimmage at Xcel Energy Center. Admission is free.
3 advance in U.S. Amateur qualifying
Peter Jones of Owatonna, Minn., was medalist with a 36-hole score of 4-over-par 148 in sectional qualifying for the U.S. Amateur at Dacotah Ridge Golf Club in Morton, Minn.
Hudson Carpenter of Stillwater and Freddy Thomas of Lakeville won the other two berths in a four-man playoff after a tie for second place.
Saints split series
Kramer Sneed won a pitching duel, and Angelo Songco's go-ahead home run the seventh helped the Saints gain a series split in Winnipeg with a 2-1 victory. The Saints improved to 38-12 and lead their division by 16 games.