ALDS: How to watch the Minnesota Twins vs Houston Astros – Game 4

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The 2023 Minnesota Twins season is over, and baseball fans are eager to watch each playoff game on TV this year. You can watch the Twins online, on cable, or through your favorite streaming platforms.

But that doesn’t answer every question about how to watch the Minnesota Twins this season. Scroll below for key information, such as which streaming devices provide access to the Twins game and much more.

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How to watch the ALDS: Minnesota Twins vs Houston Astros – Game 4?

Watching Twins games has been much easier in the MLB Postseason, because both Wildcard games were broadcasted by ESPN, a much more widely available outlet. The American League Divisional Series is being broadcast by the FOX networks. Game 4 will be on FS1.

American League Wildcard Series – Twins advance (2-0)

Date TimeALWCMatchupChannel
Tuesday, Oct. 3 MIN 1-0Twins 3, Blue Jays 1
*Wednesday, Oct, 4*MIN 2-0*Twins 2, Blue Jays 0
Thursday, Oct. 53:38 p.m. CTGame 3Twins vs Blue JaysESPN
*Series Clincher

American League Division Series – Tied (1-1)

Date TimeALDSMatchupChannel
Saturday, Oct. 7 HOU 1-0Astros 6, Twins 4
Sunday, Oct. 8TIED 1-1Twins 6, Astros 2
Tuesday, Oct. 10HOU 2-1Astros 9, Twins 1
Wednesday, Oct. 116:07 p.m.Game 4Twins vs AstrosFS1
**Friday, Oct. 13**7:03 p.m.**Game 5**Twins @ Astros**FS1
**If Necessary

How to watch the Minnesota Twins without cable?

Most Twins regular season baseball games air on Bally Sports North, so if you prefer streaming services over cable or Direct TV, your streaming service must include Bally Sports North, even though games will occasionally air on FOX, ESPN, MLB Network, and more.

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Watching the Twins on Fubo TV

But lucky for you cord-cutters, all of these channels, including Bally Sports North, can be viewed on Fubo TV at your own convenience. To upgrade your viewing experience, you can check our one streaming recommendation and watch Twins baseball wherever and whenever you want.

Fubo TV is a great way to watch Twins baseball without cable, as it features four packages. The least expensive option is the Pro plan at $74.99 per month with 166 channels. There is also a seven-day free trial to watch Twins baseball, which gives you time to decide if Fubo is right for you.

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Do other streaming services offer Minnesota Twins games?

Bally Sports North is not affiliated with every live sports streaming platform. One alternative option for Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Wild fans is to go directly through the Bally Sports app, where they offer a stand-alone streaming service called Bally Sports+.

Packages start at $19.99 per month, or $195.99 per year, and include access to all live Timberwolves and Wild games that air on Bally Sports North. Unfortunately, because BSN doesn’t own streaming rights for Minnesota Twins games, Bally Sports+ does not include live Twins games. Like many others, Bally Sports+ offers a seven-day free trial.

How to watch the Minnesota Twins online?

You can watch Twins baseball online through a few different methods. The first includes signing into Fubo.TV, or (if you’re a cable or DirecTV customer), logging into Bally Sports on your device and watching it from any device online.

If you want to download the app, that is another alternative, but all you need to do is sign into your account with an up-to-date browser.

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How to watch the the Minnesota Twins game today?

Look to DirecTV channel 668 for Twins baseball on Bally Sports North. Most cable TV outlets in the Twins viewing market also carry BSN, including the two largest cable TV providers, Spectrum (Charter) and Xfinity (Comcast). Other TV channels will occasionally carry the Twins game instead.

These include FOX, ESPN, and MLB Network. You can explore all the recent Twins game scores here. If you do not have cable TV or want Bally Sports North without cable, your streaming services options are limited but not extinct.

How can I watch the Minnesota Twins via Roku?

To watch Twins baseball on Roku, you can do so through different platforms, including Fubo TV or (if you’re a cable or DirecTV customer) Bally Sports. First, you go to the Roku homepage and find the service of your choice in the search bar. Next, you will select “Add Channel” and enter a PIN code for your account if needed. Finally, sign up or sign into your account to access your favorite channels.

How can I watch the Minnesota Twins via Amazon Firestick?

You can easily watch Twins baseball via Amazon Firestick, and once it is set up, it is effortless to navigate. First, you need to install Fubo TV after searching for it so you can watch the Twins on your Amazon Firestick. Then, you can pick your plan or sign into your account.

Another way is to download Bally Sports on the Amazon Firestick itself. It uses a similar method as the one above. You need to search for the Bally Sports app in the App Store and download it. Then, you need to validate your TV provider to have access to Minnesota Twins games through the Bally Sports app.

How to watch the Minnesota Twins for free?

You can watch the Twins for free on Fubo.TV as it gives you a seven-day free trial to try out the streaming service. It is available after picking your package and entering all of your information. If this does not work, it can be done after downloading the Fubo TV app on devices such as Amazon Fire TV, Smart TVs, and more.

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Best way to watch the Minnesota Twins?

The best way to watch Twins baseball is through Fubo TV. It also offers access to other Minnesota sports teams at an affordable price. Plus, a seven-day free trial allows you to navigate the service.

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