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SPORTS Tuesday, June 4, 2024




SECTION 1AA Baseball Finals

Cannon Falls vs Zumbrota-Mazeppa 5:30 @ Mayo Field in Rochester

If Cannon Falls wins they play again at 7:30 pm. If they win both games they got to State


Red Wing Aces @ Rochester Royals 7:30 pm at Hudson Field in Rochester


The Twins open up a three-game series against the Yankees tonight in New York. Bailey Ober will get the ball for the Twins, who sit at 33-and-26 on the season after winning their series in Houston over the weekend. The Yankees will counter with right-hander Luis Gil.

5:25 pm pre-game 6:05 pm game on KWNG 106 & WPVW.


Justin Jefferson made history on Monday. The star wide receiver and the Minnesota Vikings agreed to terms on the largest contract in NFL history for a non-quarterback. According to ESPN, the extension is for four years and worth up to 140 million dollars. ESPN also reports that the deal, which is through the 2028 season, is for 110 million dollars guaranteed with over 88 million dollars due when Jefferson signs.


The Vikings begin a mandatory three-day minicamp today at their training facility in Eagan. The camp will run through Thursday. The Vikings will then have their third and final week of Organized Team Activities next week.


The Packers have signed one of their April draft picks. The team announced yesterday that Javon Bullard has agreed to a four-year rookie deal. The safety was selected in the second round out of Georgia and recorded 114 tackles, four interceptions and three-and-a-half sacks for the Bulldogs. First-round tackle Jordan Morgan is the only player who hasn't signed.


Meanwhile, the Pack were back on the practice field yesterday. The team kicked off the final week of voluntary organized team activities. The three-day session continues today and will wrap up on Thursday. Green Bay will finish with nine OTA practices this offseason before mandatory minicamp gets underway a week from today.


The Bucks' star player will play for his country in the upcoming Olympic qualifiers. Sport 24 reports Giannis Antetokounmpo will hit the court for Greece in July. The former NBA champion is coming off a calf injury which kept him out of Milwaukee's first-round exit to the Pacers in the playoffs. The first game takes place on July 2nd.


The Brewers fell to the Phillies 3-1 in their series opener from Citizens Bank Park. Rhys Hoskins slugged a solo homer against his former team in the seventh inning. Bryse Wilson got the loss after giving up all three runs over five-and-two-thirds innings. Milwaukee dropped to 36-and-24, but still leads the NL Central. The three-game set continues tonight.





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