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Kepler's hit in 17th gives Twins 4-3 win over Red Sox
Max Kepler was supposed to have the night off. Instead, the Twins outfielder wound up playing 12 innings and delivered three huge hits.
Kepler's single with one out in the 17th gave Minnesota a 4-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox early Wednesday in the longest game by innings in Target Field history.
Kepler hit a tying homer in the 13th before his hit down the first-base line past a five-man Red Sox infield scored Luis Arraez to end a game that took 5 hours, 45 minutes - tied for the fourth-longest in Twins history.Read the full article
Wolves exploring 'every scenario' for NBA Draft
We won't know who the Minnesota Timberwolves will add to their roster until Thursday night, but we do know one thing. The Wolves intend to build their roster around their best player, Karl-Anthony Towns.
The NBA Draft is Thursday night, and the Wolves hold the No. 11 pick in the first round and the No. 43 pick in the second round. Any and all scenarios are in play for new President of Basketball Operations Gersson Rosas.
The options include trade packages to move up in the draft, deals to move back or to just stay put at No. 11 and take the best option available. The phones have apparently been busy over at Mayo Clinic Square with the draft less than two days away.Read the full article
Minnesota's Sarah Burnham takes aim at Women's PGA
She might not show it on the surface, but Sarah Burnham will be a combination of excited and nervous when she takes the first tee at Hazeltine National Golf Club Thursday morning.
The Wayazata High School alum and former Michigan State golf star is in her rookie season on the LPGA Tour. She made her first cut last week at the Meijer LPGA Classic. Her earnings in a tie for 33rd there, her highest career finish, were enough to qualify for this week’s KPMG Women’s PGA Championship.
She was the last player to make the field, and she’ll be teeing it up this week against the likes of Michelle Wie, Paula Creamer, Jin-Young Ko, Lexi Thompson and several other of the best players in the world. Burnham tees off bright and early, the first group, at 7:40 a.m. Thursday. She’ll be paired with Tiffany Joh and Pavarisa Yoktuan.Read the full article