The 2022 MLB Season is underway, and you don’t need cable to watch Minnesota Twins games. This article will explain how you can stream the next Twins game and every Minnesota Twins game this season, no matter where you live.
Where to Watch Today's Twins Game
Below are the upcoming Twins games and how you can stream them live based on where you live.
Minnesota Twins vs. Cleveland Guardians
Game Time: The Twins take on the Guardians on Mon, June 27, 2022, at 7:10 PM EDT. There are three possible ways to stream the game depending on your TV market:
- The Twins Regional Network: Bally Sports North, which you can stream through DIRECTV STREAM "Choice" plan (5-day Free Trial).
- The Guardians Regional Network: Bally Sports Great Lakes, which you can stream through DIRECTV STREAM "Choice" plan (5-day Free Trial).
- Watch from all other US TV markets: If you live outside both teams regions, you can stream the game live on MLB TV. MLB TV streams every game this season as long as the game isn't blacked out from airing on a national or regional sports network in your market. (You may be interested in this MLB TV Blackout Workaround) You can (sign up online) and watch nearly every out-of-market game this season.
Upcoming Minnesota Twins TV Schedule
|Date and Time (ET)||Opponent||Local Channel||National Channel|
|Monday, Jun. 27 @ 7:10 PM||at Cleveland Guardians||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Tuesday, Jun. 28 @ 1:10 PM||at Cleveland Guardians||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Tuesday, Jun. 28 @ 7:10 PM||at Cleveland Guardians||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Wednesday, Jun. 29 @ 7:10 PM||at Cleveland Guardians||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Thursday, Jun. 30 @ 1:10 PM||at Cleveland Guardians||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Friday, Jul. 1 @ 8:10 PM||vs. Baltimore Orioles||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Saturday, Jul. 2 @ 2:10 PM||vs. Baltimore Orioles||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Sunday, Jul. 3 @ 2:10 PM||vs. Baltimore Orioles||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Monday, Jul. 4 @ 8:10 PM||at Chicago White Sox||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
|Tuesday, Jul. 5 @ 8:10 PM||at Chicago White Sox||Bally Sports North||MLB TV|
If the "National Channel" shows "Apple TV+"", "Peacock Premium", or "YouTube" then you can watch the game using the services below.
- Apple TV+ - (Try this free trial)
- Peacock Premium - (sign up here)
- YouTube - (YouTube MLB Game of The Week)
Read on for more details on these services, possible alternatives, and how you can not only watch the next game but every Twins game this season!
Watch Every Twins Game This Season
Below explains how to watch Twins games this season based on where you live.
- Minnesota Twins TV Market: consists of parts of Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota
- Best Solution when inside their TV Market: Watch on Bally Sports North through the DIRECTV STREAM streaming service (sign up online)
- Best Solution when living Outside the Twins TV Market: Watch nearly all Twins games on MLB.TV.
What Channel Are The Twins On
You can watch the Minnesota Twins depending on whether or not you live inside the Minnesota Twins TV market, which consists of parts of Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota.
Watching Twins Games In Market
If you live in the Twins TV market, you can watch the Twins on Bally Sports North, the Twins regional sports network. If you live in the Twins broadcast areas, you can watch their regional sports network without cable on the following streaming services.
DIRECTV STREAM is a live streaming service that carries Bally Sports North for those living in their broadcast region. However, you have to subscribe to their “Choice” package for $89.99 per month. You can sign up online. They don’t force you into a contract, and you can cancel at any time. DIRECTV STREAM also carries Fox, ESPN, MLB Network, and FS1, which are all the networks that air nationally televised MLB games.
The service also includes a cloud DVR service and allows you to stream to 20 devices simultaneously. DIRECTV STREAM is supported on Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, iOS, Android, Roku, and more. See our review of DIRECTV STREAM for more details on this streaming service.
Watching Twins Games Outside their TV Market
If you don’t live in the Twins TV market, you can watch the Twins through the MLB.TV streaming. With MLB.TV you can watch every game, for every team, all season long. With MLB.TV, you can watch Twins games on Roku, Apple TV, Smart Devices, and more. You can watch Twins games live or on-demand. Here is a list of MLB.TV features:
- Chose to watch both the home and away broadcast.
- Live Game DVR Controls
- Full Game Archives
- Customized Fantasy Player Tracker
- Clickable line scores
- A Pitch by Pitch Widget, that tracks speed, location, and pitch type
MLB.TV costs $129.99 for the year to have access to every game for every team. The “all-teams plan” has a free trial and provides a monthly pricing option for $24.99 per month. You can also opt to watch Twins games through the MLB.TV single-team plan for $109.99 for the year. You can check out their subscription packages at MLB.TV.
Please note that MLB.TV does have blackout rules for games where a team is playing in the market you reside. For example, if the Twins are playing the Nationals and you live in the DC area, that game will be blacked out on MLB.TV. You can check your zip code here to see which team’s games are under a blackout in your area. Nationally televised games will also be blacked out. The list below provides a general description of whether a game is going to be under a blackout:
- Home and Away games of the designated team if you live within their blackout territory
- Games that broadcast nationally such as the ESPN Sunday game or Fox Saturday game
- Play in games (Playoff tie-breakers)
- Post Season Games, but there is a way around it
Pro Tip: Try This Blackout Workaround to watch the games you want to watch and get around the black-out.
Watching Nationally Televised Twins Games
Nationally Televised MLB games air on Fox, ESPN, MLB Network, and FS1. A handful of Twins games will air nationally this season on one or more of those networks. You can check here for the MLB’s national TV schedule. You can watch nationally televised games using MLB.TV with this blackout workaround. You can also watch nationally televised games using one of the streaming services listed below.
Through the DIRECTV STREAM “Choice” package for $89.99 per month, you can watch nationally televised MLB games on Fox, ESPN, MLB Network, and FS1. You can sign up online, and you can cancel at any time. The service also includes a cloud DVR service and allows you to stream to 20 devices simultaneously. DIRECTV STREAM is supported on Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, iOS, Android, Roku, and more. See our review of DIRECTV STREAM for more details on this streaming service.
They offer a fuboTV subscription. After the trial, its basic package costs $69.99 per month. The FuboTV app is available on major platforms, including Apple TV, AndroidTV, Roku, and Amazon FireTV. Check out our review of FuboTV for more details.
YouTube TV cost $64.99/month per month and includes a DVR. YouTube TV carries the local Fox channel in most parts of the country. They also provide access to ESPN,TBS, MLB Network, and FS1 for watching nationally televised games.
YouTube TV supports Android, iOS, Apple TV, Fire TV, Chromecast, and more. The YouTube TV app has also returned to Roku devices after settling a dispute between the two companies. Please read our review of YouTube TV for more details.
Hulu + Live TV
Hulu Live TV will cost you $69.99 per month. However, that includes access to Hulu’s on-demand streaming library, a cloud DVR, and more. To see what channels are available through Hulu Live TV in your area, check out the tool: Channels Available by Zip Code
Hulu is supported on Roku, Fire TV Devices, Apple TV, Chromecast, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and more. For more information on this service, please check out Hulu Live TV review.
Sling carries, carries ESPN, MLB Network, and FS1 for watching nationally televised games. Sling TV also carries the local FOX channel in the following markets: New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington, DC, Miami/Ft. Lauderdale, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Los Angeles, San Francisco/Oakland/San Jose, Detroit, Atlanta, Houston, Orlando/Daytona/Melbourne, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Gainesville, Austin, Milwaukee, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Phoenix, and Seattle
Sling TV is supported on Windows and Mac PCs and laptops, Android and iOS devices, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Nexus player, Xbox One, 4th Generation Apple TV, Chromecast, and more.
The service also includes a cloud DVR along with other great features. For details on Slings service offerings and the difference between them, check out my Sling TV review.
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