One-Year Extension for Minnesota Twins Broadcasting: What Fans Need to Know


Twins reach an agreement with Bally Sports North for the short term

The Minnesota Twins and Diamond Sports Group have agreed to continue broadcasting the Twins on Bally Sports North for the 2024 season. The deal is for one year, and it’s uncertain what will happen after that. The amount that Diamond Sports Group will pay the Twins for the rights is unknown at this time. Fans will need a cable or streaming subscription to watch the Twins on the Bally Sports app.

The only streaming services that offer Bally Sports North are DirecTV Stream and Fubo. Minnesota Twins games will not be available on the $20-a-month standalone subscription app Bally Sports Plus. Cable and satellite providers that offer Bally Sports North include Comcast Xfinity, Charter Spectrum, Midco, TVXTREAM via Mediacom, and DirecTV, among others. The current subscription prices for the app and streaming services that offer Bally Sports North are $108.99/month for DirecTV Stream and $79.99/month for Fubo.

Twins President and CEO Dave St. Peter has stated that the team is committed to expanding the reach and accessibility of their telecasts and other team-related content. It’s unclear what the future holds for the broadcast rights for the Minnesota Twins after the 2024 season, but for now, fans will need to rely on cable or streaming services to watch their favorite team.

The agreement between Diamond Sports Group and Minnesota Twins ensures that fans will be able to catch all of their favorite team’s games in 2024 on Bally Sports North. However, beyond this season, it remains uncertain what will happen with broadcast rights for the team.

Fans looking to watch Minnesota Twins games will need a cable or streaming subscription to access them through the Bally Sports app.

While there are several options available in terms of cable providers offering Bally

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