As I write this, the Minnesota Twins finished off the Evil Empire (New York Yankees) to take two of three games in the final series before the All-Star break.
Continuing a long held tradition of hosting Minnesota Twins baseball greats as featured speakers for its annual membership luncheon, the Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed Hall of Famer Rod Carew June 14.
Three days after pitching Coon Rapids to a section title and another state baseball tournament, Logan Shore received a call from Minnesota Twins scout Mark Wilson.
It has been an Anoka Area Chamber of Commerce tradition to bring in former Minnesota Twins greats whose number have been retired by the team.
The days of yelling “heads-up” to alert others of a wayward fly ball might be fewer this season at Coon Rapids/Andover American Little League games thanks in part to the Minnesota Twins.
Hometown baseball and softball stars can perfect a home run swing, steal bases like a bandit and practice all kinds of all star plays when they attend the Play Ball! Minnesota Youth Clinic Friday, July 20.
The Coon Rapids Lions Club is sponsoring a night at the ball park when the Minnesota Twins play the Toronto Blue Jays Friday, May 11 at Target Field.
The Blaine Economic Development Authority (BEDA) will contribute $5,000 toward completing a national youth baseball center feasibility study.