Eric Koehler, Gopher Football and Floyd of Rosedale, Tuesday, July 16 at Interlachen Country Club

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Twin Cities Dunkers celebrates Game #1,000  and reflects with John Anderson and his friends as 43-year career ends for Gophers head baseball coach 


(LtoR) Mike Max, Coach John Anderson, Paul Molitor, Rob Fornasiere, Brian Raabe

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Last Five Games

Game 1001 – Jun 12: Talking Football
Paul Allen, Matt Birk, Ben Leber, John Randle

Game 1000 – May 14: Gopher Baseball
John Anderson, Mike Max, Paul Molitor, Rob Fornasiere, Brian Raabe

Game 998 – Apr 24: Tim Tschida

Game 997 – Apr 10: Minnesota Twins
Derek Falvey, Thad Levine, Cory Provus

Game 996 –  Mar 13: Gov. Tim Walz

Save the Date

Tuesday, July 16, 2024
Gopher Football
Eric Koehler, Tight End Coach
and take a photo with
Floyd of Rosedale
at Interlachen Country Club

Tuesday, July 23, 2024
Hollis Cavner
Pro Links Sports 
To talk about the State of Golf
at Interlachen Country Club

Tuesday, Dec. 11, 2024
Dave Mona and Sports Leaders
at Interlachen Country Club

Watch for more details on future meetings.


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To recognize and pay tribute to individuals, groups or teams in the Twin Cities, who through athletic achievement have achieved unusual, singular, and significant recognition, complimentary not only to themselves, but also to the area.

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