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These are the only ways to watch the Twins in 2024

Streaming options will be limited.

The Twins are officially staying on Bally Sports North for the 2024 season as the club, Diamond Sports Group and BSN announced they finalized an agreement for a one-year extension of the team’s broadcast rights on Monday.

That means options to watch the Twins, particularly for cord cutters, this season will be limited. Games will not be carried on Bally Sports+, which currently carries Timberwolves, Wild and Lynx games for $20 a month. 

Other popular TV streaming options like YouTube TV and Hulu also don’t carry BSN and thus are out as options to watch the Twins in 2024.

So, where can you watch the Twins in 2024? Here’s a look:

Streaming options

As mentioned above, streaming options will be limited without a direct-to-consumer alternative and Sinclair withholding BSN from popular TV streaming services such as YouTube TV, Hulu and Sling TV. 

Two TV streaming platforms — DirecTV Stream and Fubo — carry BSN, however, their services come with a heftier price tag than their counterparts.

The only other streaming option is MLB.TV, however, its service blacks out local broadcasts. It is a good option for Twins fans who are out of market or those savvy enough to set up a VPN, which should get around the local blackouts.

Traditional cable

Unfortunately, the easiest way to watch Twins games in 2024 will be via a traditional cable or satellite provider. 

Comcast Xfinity, Charter Spectrum, MidcoTV, DirecTV and XTREAM Powered by Mediacom are among cable and satellite providers that carry BSN.

Having access to a cable or satellite provider will also allow fans to watch Twins games via the Bally Sports app. While there won’t be a direct-to-consumer streaming option, those who have a cable login will be able to stream games on the app.

Go in-person

There’s always the option to go in-person. While it might not always be practical for away games, it’s always a good time to spend a day at the ballpark. 

And if you’re having a good enough time, you might even forget about your frustration with inaccessible TV broadcasts. 

Edouard Julien celebrates his home run

Minnesota Twins second baseman Edouard Julien (47) celebrates after hitting a solo home-run in the sixth inning against the Houston Astros during Game 4 of the ALDS at Target Field in Minneapolis on Oct. 11, 2023.