Based in Minneapolis, the Minnesota Twins are a professional baseball franchise in the United States. The Twins are a member club of the American League (AL) Central Division and play in Major League Baseball (MLB). The Twin Cities nickname for the two nearby cities of Minneapolis and Saint Paul serves as the inspiration for the team’s name.
Originally known as the Washington Senators, the franchise was established in 1901 in Washington, D.C. At the beginning of the 1961 season, the franchise relocated to Minnesota and adopted the new name Minnesota Twins. From 1961 to 1981, the Twins played at Metropolitan Stadium; from 1982 to 2009, they were housed in the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome. Target Field has hosted the team since 2010.
The team won the World Series in three different guises: Senators in 1924, Twins in 1987 and 1991, and so on. The overall regular-season win–loss–tie the record for the Senators/Twins franchise from 1901 to 2022 is 9,090–9,800–109; for the Twins (through 2022), it is 4,867–4,936–8 (.496).
How to watch?
Bally Sports North, the Twins’ regional sports network, is the primary broadcaster of games if you live in the Minnesota Twins market. The only live TV streaming services that have Bally Sports North available in their channel roster right now are DIRECTV Stream and fuboTV.
MLB.TV allows you to watch Twins games even if you don’t live in their TV area. Subscribers can watch MLB games that are not in their market life or on-demand on their preferred supported devices with this service. (Note: Depending on your location, blackouts and other restrictions may apply. Check the website’s restrictions for your zip code before beginning a subscription.)
There will be games that are nationally televised on ESPN, FOX, FS1, and TBS. Which streaming providers offer each of those channels is displayed in the chart below. This season’s games will also be available to view on Peacock and Apple TV+.
After a five-day free trial, you can watch Minnesota Twins games on Fox, FS1, and ESPN with the Entertainment plan on DIRECTV Stream for $74.99 monthly. However, you’ll need to upgrade to the Choice subscription for $99.99 per month to add Bally Sports North to your roster.
More than 90 channels, including NBA TV, Golf Channel, Big Ten Network, ACC Network, and more, are included in the DIRECTV Stream Choice plan.
Unlimited DVR storage is included with a DIRECTV Stream subscription. On their home network, subscribers can view an infinite number of displays.
After a seven-day free trial, you can watch Minnesota Twins games on Fox, FS1, and ESPN with the Pro plan on fuboTV for $69.99. Bally Sports North offers live game viewing to in-market members for $85.98.
For $10.99 a month, fuboTV’s Sports Plus add-on includes access to the MLB Network, enabling baseball fans to watch out-of-market games—roughly 150 regular-season games—as well as game highlights.
With more than 110 channels, the fuboTV Pro package is renowned for being a streaming service with a focus on sports. NFL Network, Big 10 Network, FS1, FS2, and other networks are part of the lineup.
With the base package on Hulu + Live TV, which costs $69.99 per month, you can watch Minnesota Twins games on Fox, FS1, TBS, and ESPN.
With over 75 channels, Hulu + Live TV offers live sports, news, events, and more. NFL Network, Big Ten Network, TBS, SEC Network, FS1, FS2, and more networks are in the lineup.
With a Sling Orange or Sling Blue subscription, you can watch Minnesota Twins games on ESPN and FS1, respectively, on Sling TV. MLB Network is accessible for $11 with Sling’s Sports Extra add-on.
For $55 per month, you can have access to 50 channels, including NFL Network, Stadium, TNT, and more, with a Sling Orange + Sling Blue subscription.
For $64.99, YouTube TV members can watch Minnesota Twins games on Fox, FS1, TBS, and ESPN, all of which are included in the base package.
Users may access over 85 channels, including MLB Network, NBA TV, NFL Network, SEC Network, and others, with a YouTube TV subscription.
For $10.99, YouTube TV offers a sports add-on package that includes Fox Soccer Plus, NFL RedZone, Outside TV, Players TV, and more.
- Episode 1 Release Date: 23 February, 2024
- Episode 2 Release Date: 24 February, 2024
- Episode 3 Release Date: 25 February 2024
- Episode 4 Release Date: 26 February 2024
- Episode 5 Release Date: 27 February 2024
- Episode 6 Release Date: 28 February, 2024