It's been a long wait to watch a Wolves game in-person.
The MSHSL is hoping to allow fans at the hockey and basketball tournaments.
The home opener is a month away.
The Yannick Ngakoue trade has many layers.
Both the Gopher men and women open the the season later this month.
The Vikings said the decision was based on advice from medical experts.
Rising COVID-19 cases are to blame.
It's good news for parents who were worried they couldn't watch their children's games in-person.
The team says Minnesota's infection rates of COVID-19 are too high.
COO Andrew Miller suggested an incremental increase is possible the rest of the season.
A decision is expected next week.
A maximum of 1,500 fans will be allowed to attend.
The threat of COVID-19 means reduced capacity or no fans at all is possible.
League officials are aiming to start the season in early July.
At this point, there is no clear picture for when the season would be safe to begin.
Tournament attendance will be limited to essential staff and limited family.
Fifty percent off concessions, including alcohol? That's unheard of.
Netting will stretch 275 feet down along the left-field line.
Mats Zuccarello with the winning play of the day.
There's a study for everything...
Beer and wine has only been available to fans with premium seats.
It happened during the Big Ten tournament in Omaha, Nebraska.
The event is happening Thursday, May 16 at The Pourhouse.
Attendance at Target Field ranks 23rd in MLB.