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
This article provides an in-depth look at Ted Williams and his year spent 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: Women'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