Talk about being on a tear. Trevor Plouffe has carried the Twins with 13 homers in the last month -- an incredible surge for a player that was nearly released just prior to his hot streak. Manager Ron Gardenhire says, "It's pretty much amazing to tell you the truth."
Standoff in St. Michael continues late Wednesday afternoon
Communication with the suspect is "sporadic at best," according to Wright County Sheriff Sean Deringer.
Charges: Man baited trophy-sized bear with donuts, killed it
The man told authorities be bought a hunting license weeks later to cover the out-of-season killing.
Locally-crafted flowers to be sold at Spyhouse Coffee
The floral pop-up shop will benefit local charities.
Sun Country sorry for Vancouver to MSP flight debacle
The new route to the Canadian city was announced late last year.
Brooklyn Center to pay Daunte Wright's family $3.25 million
The settlement is the largest for a city outside of Minneapolis in Minnesota's history.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Wednesday, June 22
The latest from the state health department.
Eden Prairie 19-year-old killed in crash near Valleyfair
The crash happened just before midnight near Valleyfair.
Renderings unveiled for potential World's Fair in Bloomington
Minnesota is one of five destinations in the running to host the event in 2027.
Gallery: Opulent estate for sale is a Wisconsin landmark
The Italian Renaissance-style mansion is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Plouffe isn't ready to return
Twins' third baseman Trevor Plouffe is eligible to come off the disabled list Saturday, but he won't be joining the team anytime soon. A bruised bone in his right thumb still causes him pain when swings a bat, and it doesn't sound like he'll be ready until at least late next week.
Plouffe could return to lineup Friday
Twins' third baseman Trevor Plouffe has missed a week of games because of a jammed thumb, and it nearly sent him to the disabled list. But he announced on Twitter that it looks like he'll be back on the field Friday for the series opener against the Cleveland Indians.
Morneau, Willingham power Twins over Royals
Josh Willingham, Justin Morneau and Trevor Plouffe each homered to lead the Twins over the Royals, 10-7 last night in Kansas City. Ben Revere added three hits and a couple of RBI as well. The Twins are playing their best baseball of the season, having won six of their last seven games.
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