March 11, 2020
The men’s club baseball team at UW-River Falls is working toward regaining its status as an official competitive school sport for the first time since it was suspended nearly two decades ago.
December 17, 2018
With Joe Mauer’s massive contract of their hands, the Minnesota Twins have vital options to out spend their divisional opponents, the Cleveland Indians, in the remaining two months of the 2018-19 offseason.
November 12, 2018
Editor Theodore Tollefson reminisces on the career of Minnesota Twins legend Joe Mauer and the impact Mauer had on his childhood fandom of Major League Baseball.
October 4, 2018
The thrilling shout from Bob Uecker echoed all throughout Chicago, and into the northern parts of Wisconsin. “Everybody on their feet. Hader ready again, here it is! Swinging, fly ball, into right center. Broxton is there! And they’re the champions! They have done it!”
April 18, 2018
With the modern Twins, I think about Joe Mauer. With Joe Mauer, grabbing his 2,000 hit last Thursday, it really makes you think about the career that he has had. As I watched the Minnesota native tip his helmet to the fans, I began to wonder how to remember or feel about his career. How do you feel about a guy who ultimately peaked before signing his big contract? Does he belong among the greats I mentioned?
April 11, 2017
First National Bank of River Falls Field will host its first taste of professional baseball when the St. Paul Saints come to town on May 13.
February 24, 2016
For the past 14 years, not a single game of baseball has been played at a competitive level by the UW-River Falls Falcons. One student has set out to change that.
April 18, 2014
What started as a dream was made possible thanks to support from at least 82 local businesses, countless hours of volunteer labor and the love of baseball. That dream is the First National Bank of River Falls Field, a million-dollar lighted city stadium-style ballpark located at Hoffman Park East.
February 21, 2014
The Assistant Athletic Performance Coach at UW-River Falls has recently left and is moving up to the big leagues to take his dream job coaching in major league baseball. That coach is Andy King who was in his second year in the Falcon athletic performance department.
April 7, 2011
As a Twins fan, there is nothing more that I despise than the New York Yankees. Yes, it mostly stems from the complete domination the Yankees have had on the Twins (they swept the Twins out of the play-offs for the last two years). Nevertheless, as a sports fan, the Yankees represent all that is wrong with professional sports today.
March 24, 2011
There is a buzz around the Milwaukee Brewers’ clubhouse. A buzz filled with optimism and hope as the start of a new season is just days away. With key offseason additions, new manager Ron Roenicke, and three returning all-stars, the Brewers may be favored to win the National League Central in 2011. How these offseason […]
February 24, 2011
Up until this past weekend, spring was in the air. But as the world of Major League Baseball descends south, the countdown has begun for the boys of summer to return. The Minnesota Twins head into Spring Training on a quest for their third straight American League Central Division crown. The pieces of the championship […]
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