Jim Rich is a native Minnesotan from Day One growing up on the shores of Lake Superior and still heads Up North anytime he can.
Being a lifelong resident, Jim has been living the ups and downs of Minnesota sports teams on a daily basis, from the two World Series Championships to the four Super Bowl losses, he’s experienced it all.
Jim enjoys being out in the crowds and doing his sportscasts live on location, whether it’s Target Field or the Xcel Energy Center. Jim's favorite memories with FOX 9 Sports are the times he was given the opportunity to hang with people away from the game -- like taking Jim Thome bass fishing or spending time with Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer at his ranch in Kentucky.
Jim anchors Sunday through Thursday on the evening newscasts at FOX 9 and hosts Vikings postgame shows and FOX 9 Sports Now Sunday nights at 10:35 p.m.
Star shortstop Carlos Correa tells Jim Rich that he never stopped talking to the Twins over a whirlwind offseason, during which he saw two major deals fall through. Now, back with the Twins, he feels fate led him back to Minnesota.
True Minnesota neighbors: As the Vikings look to make a playoff run, Kirk Cousins' neighbor is doing anything he can to make sure the star quarterback stays on the field.
Like a good glove, town ball just seems to fit for some families. In Cologne, that family has to be the Fritzes.
Baseball has never seen a slugger like Nelson Cruz, but the biggest bat on the Bomba Squad will now face the biggest challenge of his career: maintaining his gaudy numbers while staring down father time.
This year, former Wolves forward Kevin Garnett will be enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame alongside two other legends.
For a record sixth time, the University of Minnesota-Duluth is home to a Hobey Baker Award winner for NCAA Hockey’s best player.
Golf is already penalized in Minnesota with its short summers, but the Governor’s order closing all the state’s courses is hurting them a little more.
Like most people around the United States and the world, the coronavirus pandemic has flipped Gophers coach P.J. Fleck's routine upside down.
Amid the worldwide novel coronavirus outbreak, the Minnesota Twins are changing their interactions with fans.