MLB, Twins honor George Floyd
The Minnesota Twins honored George Floyd Tuesday night during their home opener against the Cardinals. The team stopped play for a moment of silence at 8:46 p.m. On May 25, a Minneapolis police officer could be seen kneeling on Floyd's neck for eight minutes and 46 seconds. Floyd later died in police custody.
DRUGS FROM A HOME. THERE WAS FENTANYL WITH A STREET VALUE OF UP TO $14 MILLION. >>> THE MINNESOTA TWINS HONORED GEORGE FLOYD LAST NIGHT DURING THEIR HOME OPENER AGAINST THE CARDINALS. >> HONOR HIS MEMORY AND REMIND US ALL THAT WE ARE HERE TOGETHER, ONE TEAM, ONE TERRITORY, UNITED FOR CHANGE. >> THE TEAM STOPPED PLAY FOR A MOMENT OF SILENCE AT 8:46 P.M. ANIME 26th AN OFFICER WAS SEEN KNEELING ON FLOYD'S NECK FOR 8 MINUTES AND 46 SECONDS.