Baseball in the North Star State
- Twin Cities Ballparks of the 20th Century and Beyond
- The Legacy of Twins Legends: Killebrew, Carew, Puckett, Mauer
- Top 50 Players in Minnesota Twins History
- A Surprising Disappointment: The Minnesota Twins of the Late 1960s
Felled By the Impossible: The 1967 Minnesota Twins
After a World Series appearance in 1965 and finishing second to the Balitmore Orioles in 1966, there were many reasons to believe the Minnesota Twins had a good shot at the American League pennant in 1967. Decades later, this remains one of baseball greatest and most historic pennant races.
- Ted Williams' Year in Minneapolis
- The Minnesota Twins Story
- Two African American Pioneers Cross Paths: Roy Campanella and Carl Rowan
- The St. Paul-New York Underground Railroad
- The Saints-Millers Holiday Series
- Baseball’s Twin Towers in the Twin Cities: The Minneapolis Millers and the St. Paul Saints in the American Association, 1902–1960
- Perry Werden’s Record-Setting 1895 Season and the 1890s Minneapolis Millers
- Rube and His Bears: A Short History of the Virginia Ore Diggers and the Team’s Time in the Northern League
- Professional Base Ball Debuts in Minnesota: The St. Paul Red Caps, Minneapolis Brown Stockings, And Winona Clippers Of 1875–1877
- The Rise of Baseball in Minnesota
- Calvin Griffith: The Ups and Downs of the last Family-Owned Baseball Team
- A Saint and a Miller
John Donaldson and Black Baseball in Minnesota
For sixty years, professional baseball was as segregated as the Deep South. However, instead of accepting segregation as a grim reality, young black baseball players of Minnesota resolved to integrate the sport, one baseball diamond at a time.
- Play Ball: Minnesota Baseball Litigation Lore
- Small College Baseball in Minnesota
- University of Minnesota Baseball
- A Perfect Right to Play: Billy Williams, Dick Brookins, and the Color Line
Dames in the Dirt: Woman's Baseball Before 1945
Despite the fact that the great American pastime has been almost exclusively identified as a male sport, women have played baseball in Minnesota for over 100 years. This article focuses on women’s baseball in Minnesota from the 1890s through World War II.
- How (Not) to Build a Ballpark: The 1884 Minneapolis Grounds
May 17, 2011: A Strong Man Dies
A poetic tribute to the late Harmon Killebrew.
- SABR Collector Finds Mays Jersey