(Kansas City, MO) — The Twins settled for a four-game split with the Royals after a 6-1 loss in Kansas City. Eddie Rosario homered and Luis Arraez went 4-for-4 for Minnesota. Michael Pineda was tagged for five runs in as many innings for the loss as he dropped to 4-and-4 on the year.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins are back home to take on the Tampa Bay Rays starting tomorrow night at Target Field. They will then head back out on the road to visit the White Sox and A’s. Kyle Gibson will start tomorrow for the Twins in the first of three against the Rays. Tampa will counter with lefty Blake Snell.
(Vancouver, British Columbia) — The NHL Entry Draft is in the books and the Wild ended up with eight new players. They drafted five forwards, two goalies and a defenseman in the seven-round draft over the weekend in Vancouver. The draft class is highlighted by forward Matthew Boldy, who the Wild selected 12th overall.
(Indianapolis, IN) — The Lynx begin a two-game road trip tomorrow night in Indiana against the Fever. Minnesota will also visit Dallas on Sunday before returning home. The Lynx snapped a four-game skid with Saturday’s 92-83 win over New York. They are now 5-and-5.
(Madison, WI) — Minnesota United FC is back on the pitch tomorrow. The Loons visit USL affiliate Forward Madison FC in a friendly in Wisconsin. Minnesota United will return to MLS action Saturday hosting FC Cincinnati.
(Chaska, MN) — Hannah Green is the winner of the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship at Hazeltine National in Chaska. She finished at nine-under-par for a one-shot win over defending champion Sung Hyun Park. Nelly Korda and Mel Reid tied for third at minus-six.
(Rochester, MN) — A women’s soccer team is bringing international competition to Rochester. Rochester United FC celebrated its first victory of the season last week. The team has many international players and was founded this year by a retired Mayo Clinic engineer and local soccer booster. The club is part of the Women’s Premier Soccer League.