Not much has changed for the Minnesota Twins over the past two decades. They have played in the same stadium, have been owned by the same family, have had the same uniforms, and have had only two different managers. But that is all about to change. History shows that when change happens in Minnesota sports, it requires a new look. The Minnesota Wild have sported an alternate look this season. After beginning the first season in franchise history without RW Marian Gaborik, head coach Jacques Lemaire, or GM Doug Risebrough, the Wild have opened a new chapter in Minnesota hockey. Same goes for the Minnesota Timberwolves. After trading Kevin Garnett, who spent his first 13 NBA seasons in 'Sota, to the Boston Celtics, the Wolves got new uniforms and a new logo. In 2007, under a new owner and a ...
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