(Milwaukee, WI) — The second-place Twins open up a six-game road trip tonight in Milwaukee against the Brewers. After two games with the Crew, Minnesota will visit Texas for four games starting Thursday. Martin Perez will get the ball tonight opposite Milwaukee’s Chase Anderson. The Twins are now a half-game behind the Indians in the AL Central after Cleveland beat Boston last night.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Twins’ 2020 regular-season schedule is out. They open up in Oakland against the A’s on March 26th. The Twins’ home opener is also versus the A’s on April 2nd. Minnesota closes out the season at Kansas City on September 27th.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Timberwolves also released their complete schedule for this coming season. They begin the year in Brooklyn on October 23rd facing the Nets. After vising Charlotte two days later, the Wolves will host Miami in their home opener October 27th. The regular-season wraps up at home against the Knicks on April 15th.
(Brooklyn, NY) — Former Timberwolves guard Sebastian Telfair is being sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison for illegal gun possession. Brooklyn’s district attorney said Monday the mandatory prison sentence is required by law and he’s now been held accountable for his conduct. The 34-year-old Telfair played with nine teams including the Wolves over parts over 10 NBA seasons.
(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings will practice again today before an off day tomorrow. The Vikes will then hold practices Thursday and Friday as they gear up for their second preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night at US Bank Stadium.
(White Plains, NY) — The Lynx are in New York to take on the Liberty tonight. Minnesota is back at .500 at 12-and-12 after Sunday’s 101-78 setback to Washington. The Lynx remain seventh in the WNBA standings with 10 games to play.
(St. Paul, MN) — Minnesota United is back on the pitch tomorrow hosting the Colorado Rapids at Allianz Field. The Loons look to bounce back from their 5-3 loss at FC Dallas on Saturday. Minnesota is third in the West with 38 points. The Rapids are 11th with 26.
(Williamsport, PA) — Coon Rapids Andover American Little League will open up Little League World Series play on Thursday in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. The Coon Rapids squad will take on the Great Lakes region winner from Bowling Green, Kentucky.