Top 10 Most Read 1390theFan.com Stories of 2011
Lots of stuff went down in 2011 in the world of sports. Here's a recap of the most read stories from 1390theFan.com in the past year.
The Minnesota Lingerie Football Team — the Minnesota Valkyrie — told of the try-outs for the team back in April. It's a tough job, but Jay Caldwell had to do it.
In-house Fantasy Football Guru Dave Engberg offered some advice for players going into their drafts this fall. Best advice: Have No Emotional Connection.
Jay Caldwell had the early word on Apollo starting point guard Ibrahim Abukar apparent dilemma. Give his dying sister a bone marrow transplant or play in the State Boys Basketball Tournament. Turns out he was in surgery on Tuesday and on the basketball court Wednesday.
Jay Caldwell kicked-off the season with a post on the St. Cloud River Bats opener.
Contributor Justin Thomas thought Adrian Peterson's comments that the NFL treats players like “modern day slaves” was way over the top.
The Minnesota Twins lost 99 games in 2011. They're rebuilding this winter. And if they take Seth B. Toupal's advice, they'll be scoping out some free agents listed in this post.
Word that UMD’s Jack Connolly had been named a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award prompted college hockey fans to click into this story.
Details about the Twins Winter Caravan visit in St. Cloud and pictures of the event were popular stories in 2011. Take a look at the players who visited the Paramount Theater and the kids who got to meet some of their heroes.
Lee Voss' preview of the Big 10's Legends Division — including the University of Minnesota — was our second most read story of 2011.
Rob Mehrwerth's preview of the tri-county's best chances at state wrestling titles this year resonated with the area wrestling community. His post was the most read story on 1390theFan.com in 2011.