Back in May of 1987, the syndicated show "This Week In Baseball" featured interviews with the soon-to-be-World Champion Minnesota Twins. Host Mel Allen narrates.
No Wolves today. No Wild. That means it's time for the most awesome AWA wrestling match of all time: Bobby Heenan vs. Greg Gagne. 1980. St. Paul Civic Center. If Heenan loses, he has to put on the legendary weasel suit.
Cal Clutterbuck's head-first dive into the Vancouver bench makes the list of Yahoo!Sports 10 worst hockey bloopers of 2011.
The 2008 Twins pitching staff warbles out a Christmas classic during spring training in Florida. How many in the group are still on the roster? It's getting pretty thin.
This one comes from last July, when Oakland's Josh Willingham -- now with the Twins -- smacked a three-run homer against Minnesota.
It's the Lakers and the Timberwolves in a game from Minnesota's inaugural season -- featuring Magic Johnson and Pooh Richardson. The contest was played at the Metrodome, before Target Center was built -- and before those baggy shorts were allowed on the court.
Libertarian presidential short-lister Jesse Ventura gives Gene Okerlund an earful in this 1982 clip on the weekly AWA wrestling show. Here, the possible future leader of the free world is engrossed with how he introduced the Rolling Stones at a recent concert at the old St. Paul Civic Center.
How weird is this? It's ex-Vikings quarterback Joe Kapp mixing it up with retired professional wrestler Angelo Mosca at a Canadian Football League event. Both were rivals in the CFL years ago, and the bad blood hasn't ceased. By the way: Real or staged?