Bally Sports North which used to be FOX Sports North announced they will broadcast all 156 games this year that are not nationally televised.

According to a press release, the schedule will begin opening Day Thursday, April 1 at 12:30 p.m. CT vs. the Milwaukee Brewers. Bally Sports North will also be at the Target Field home opener vs. Seattle on Thursday, April 8, starting at 2:00 p.m. with a special one-hour edition of “Twins Live.”

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Bally Sports North will have an app, in which you can stream the games and on ballysports.com but you have to authenticate from your pay-tv service. Not only will fans be able to watch on the Bally Sports North app, but on Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, PlayStation, Roku Players and Roku TV, Samsung and LG platforms, and Xbox One.

Dick Bremer will again handle the announcing duties for the 38th season and he’ll be joined by lead analyst Justin Morneau, Roy Smalley, and LaTroy Hawkins. Marney Gellner and Audra Martin return as Twins sideline reporters. So, nothing will really change with the new network.

The press release says the network will still air “Twins Live” hosted by Anthony LaPanta and Annie Sabo and will feature analysis from former players Tim Laudner and Glen Perkins.

Here is the listing of the full Minnesota Twins schedule on Bally Sports North.

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