Minnesota Twins Record by Gubernatorial Administration
The Twins are turning heads in 2015, but baseball during the Dayton years has seen the club at its lowest in franchise history.Read More
Charlie Baker Seeks Rare Victory in Super Bowl XLIX
Only two previous governors have had an NFL franchise from their state win the Super Bowl inside of their first month in office; another governor presided over four Super Bowl championships during his administration.Read More
Will Obama Stop Referring to Washington as the “Redskins?”
A monumental trademark decision Wednesday may put pressure on the president to stop using the “disparaging” name as he has in the past.Read More
Will the Vikings Win More Games in Their New Stadium?
NFL teams have made the playoffs just as frequently and won more Super Bowls during the last five years in their old stadiums as compared to the first five years in their new facilities.Read More
House and Senate GOP Rooting for NL Victory in Tuesday’s All-Star Game
Since 1950, gains of 5+ Republican seats in the U.S. Senate and 10+ seats in the House have always been preceded by a National League victory.Read More
Minnesota Twins on Pace for Biggest Season-to-Season Plunge in Team History
If the Twins lose just two more games in 2011 they will notch their largest ever year-to-year decline in winning percentage.Read More
Check Mate: Does Rick Perry Play Chess?
None of the last five Republican presidents were chess players, whereas eight of the last nine Democratic presidents played the game.Read More
All-Star Special: Will Baseball Fans Be Obama’s Secret Weapon in 2012?
The real cost of baseball tickets, souvenirs, hot dogs, and beer have all dropped since Barack Obama took office.Read More
Minnesota Twins Historically Struggle on Memorial Day
Arden Hills Would Be 2nd Smallest NFL City if Vikings Stadium Deal Passes
Only East Rutherford, New Jersey – home to New Meadowlands Stadium – has a smaller population than Arden Hills, MinnesotaRead More