(Chicago, IL) — Michael Pineda outdueled Lucas Giolito as the Twins topped the White Sox 3-1 in Chicago. Pineda pitched five innings of one-run ball to improve his record to 10-and-5. Taylor Rogers posted his 21st save. Marwin Gonzalez and Jonathan Schoop went deep in the second inning, while Eddie Rosario singled in an insurance run in the eighth as Minnesota won its third in-a-row.
(Chicago, IL) — The Twins and White Sox continue their three-game series tonight in Chicago. Jake Odorizzi will be on the bump for Minnesota. The Sox will counter with Ross Detwiler.
(Eagan, MN) — The Vikings visit the Buffalo Bills tomorrow night to close out the preseason. The Vikes are 3-and-0 so far with wins over the Saints, Seahawks and Cardinals. The regular season gets going September 8th when the Vikings host the Falcons.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Golden Gophers kickoff the football season tomorrow night hosting South Dakota State at TCF Bank Stadium. Minnesota looks to build off last year’s 7-and-6 finish that ended with a win over Georgia Tech in the Quick Lane Bowl.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Lynx clinched their ninth straight playoff berth with a 93-85 win over the Chicago Sky at the Target Center. Sylvia Fowles posted 25 points and 12 rebounds to move into third on the WNBA career rebounding list. Minnesota improved to 16-and-15 with its third straight win. The Lynx will host Indiana Sunday in their home finale.
(Atlanta, GA) — The Loons fell behind early and couldn’t recover as they lost 2-1 at Atlanta United in the U.S. Open Cup championship. Robin Lod scored the lone goal for Minnesota. The Loons return to MLS action Sunday at Los Angeles FC.