[caption id="attachment_21106" align="alignleft"]Derek Jeter (Photo credit: Keith Allison)[/caption]A green line painted on the sidewalk led baseball fans from FanFest events at the Minneapolis Convention Center, winding through Nicollet Mall, and ultimately landing visitors at the doorstep of Target Field for the 2014 Major League Baseball All-Star game.
[caption id="attachment_21062" align="alignleft"]Target Field Stadium[/caption]Twenty-nine franchises are not selected to host the Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star game.
A generation of historic athletes is nearing its twilight.
[caption id="attachment_20911" align="alignleft"]Danny Santana [/caption]The Minnesota Twins are doing what they consistently do, which is … play gritty baseball, and hope that a couple of their small market (dollar bill y’all) stars rise to carry the team beyond expectations.
WASHINGTON (NNPA) – During a closed door meeting with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver, a coalition of civil rights groups commended the basketball chief for making a strong statement with the lifetime ban of Los Angeles Clippers’ owner Donald Sterling and expressed the need for greater diversity in the NBA’s business behind the scenes.
[caption id="attachment_20739" align="alignleft"]Flip Saunders (Wikimedia Commons)[/caption]Flip Saunders is now the most powerful team executive in the NBA.
[caption id="attachment_20692" align="alignleft"]Tiger Woods (Keith Allison / Creative Commons\)[/caption]Will Tiger Woods return to form and surpass Hall of Fame golfer Jack Nicklaus as the career leader in major championships?
[caption id="attachment_20616" align="alignleft"]Teddy Bridgewater[/caption]Should recent Vikings first round draft pick Teddy Bridgewater turn in a Hall of Fame career over the next decade or so, then like Michael Jackson, his glove will go down in history with him.
[caption id="attachment_20525" align="alignleft"]Floyd Mayweather Jr. Wikimedia Commons[/caption]Floyd Mayweather, Jr. brought home the exclamation point to a memorable May Saturday in sports.