(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings are locking up tight end Kyle Rudolph on the eve of mandatory minicamp. Multiple outlets report the two sides have agreed to a four-year, $36-million contract. The deal will keep him in Minnesota through the 2023 season. Rudolph has spent his entire eight-year career with the Vikings and has 41 career touchdown catches. The Vikings kickoff their three-day, mandatory minicamp today. The camp will run through Thursday, and be the final workouts ahead of training camp next month.

(Brooklyn, MI) — Joey Logano won the FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway. He led 163 of the 203 laps and held on after an overtime start. Logano won for the second time this season and the third time in his career at MIS. Kurt Busch finished second, followed by Martin Truex Jr. The race was delayed a day after rain on Sunday.

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins are back home for a nine-game homestand starting tonight against the Seattle Mariners at Target Field. Minnesota will also entertain Kansas City and Boston on the stand. Martin Perez will get the ball tonight for the Twins, who are coming off a 6-and-4 road trip. The M’s will counter with Mike Leake.

(Boston, MA) — David Ortiz is back in Boston for further medical treatment after being shot in the back in the Dominican Republic over the weekend. The Red Sox dispatched a plane to pick up “Big Papi,” who underwent six hours of surgery. The 43-year-old former slugger played 14 seasons in Boston, helping them win three World Series championships.

(Toronto, Ontario) — The Golden State Warriors are still alive in the NBA Finals. They beat the Raptors 106-105 in Game Five in Toronto to fend off elimination. Steph Curry scored 31 points and Klay Thompson added 26 for Golden State. The Raptors still lead the best-of-seven matchup three-games-to-two. The Warriors will host Game Six on Thursday.

(Minneapolis, MN) — The Lynx are headed to New York to take on the Liberty tomorrow night. Minnesota lost Saturday 89-85 at home to the LA Sparks. The Lynx are now 4-and-2 on the season.

(St. Paul, MN) — Minnesota United is back on the pitch tomorrow night hosting Sporting Kansas City in a U.S. Open Cup fourth round match at Allianz Field. Minnesota has lost three straight MLS matches.

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