Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer Close Previously covered Vikings for St. Paul Pioneer Press Also covered Minnesota Twins, Minnesota Wild and Washington Nationals Twin Cities native and University of Minnesota graduate Follow on Twitter MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said on Friday he will return to coaching the team even if vision problems in his right eye eventually cause him to lose his sight. "I don't want to go blind in this eye," he said. "If that's what it is, that's what it is. This will not keep me from coaching." Zimmer said in a conference call with reporters that he is scheduled to meet with a doctor on June 5 in Minnesota seeking clearance to return to work. Zimmer
Through the first two months of the Major League Baseball season, rumors are already starting to fly about deals that could be made before the trade deadline. • The Red Sox will activate David Price. • The selling price of the Miami Marlins continues to drop with the price to buy now at a reported $1.3 billion.
A few years before Bryce Harper was hammering home runs at big league ballparks, the slugger had dreams of bashing baseballs in western Colorado. Getting to Grand Junction means you've made it to the JUCO World Series.