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Twins 2020 broadcast schedule, channel, broadcasters, etc.

Yes, some games are even scheduled to be on ESPN!

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Another sign that the regular season is only weeks away: the Minnesota Twins have announced the television broadcast schedule for 2020. This season, all Twins games will be on TV through one of four channels: FOX Sports North, FS1, the national FOX channel, and ESPN. This will be the third time in team history that all regular-season games will be shown on the tube.

Here is the breakdown of the number of games that will be shown on each channel this season:

  • FOX Sports North: 157 games
  • FS1: four games
  • ESPN: four games
  • FOX national: two games

Yes, your math is correct - this is more than 162 games. Some games will be shown on two different channels. Below is a list of games that will be shown on a channel other than our beloved FOX Sports North:

ESPN will be carrying the below games, all not at the friendly confines of Target Field:

FOX will show two Twins games nationally. They have been gracious enough to show one of the games from Minneapolis:

FS1 is schedule to show four games:

  • Saturday, May 2, 8:07p Central, at Los Angeles Angels
  • Saturday, June 20, 1:10p Central, vs New York Yankees
  • Friday, July 17, 7:05p Central, at Texas Rangers
  • Saturday, August 29, 3:05p Central, at Tampa Bay Rays (also shown on FOX Sports North)

FOX Sports North also announced today their broadcast crew for the 2020 season. Dick Bremer will continue as play-by-play announcer and will be joined by Bert Blyleven, Jack Morris, Roy Smalley, Jim Kaat, Justin Morneau, and LaTroy Hawkins as analysts in the booth. Marney Gellner and Audra Martin will continue with their sideline reporting duties while Anthony LaPanta, Annie Sabo, Tim Laudner, and Glen Perkins will be a part of the pre- and post-game show “Twins Live”.