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May 15, 2024
The MLB files grievance against Diamond Sports (Bally) after dispute with Comcast causes huge problems for the Minnesota Twins, other teams.
MLB: Minnesota Twins at Toronto Blue Jays
Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY SportsCredit: Dan Hamilton-USA TODAY Sports
May 14, 2024
Roku and the MLB have signed a deal that will bring some free Minnesota Twins games to a fanbase with limited viewing access.
Minnesota Twins, Bally Sports, Comcast
Jerome Miron-USA TODAY SportsCredit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports
May 8, 2024
A war is being waged through social media, as Bally Sports, the Minnesota Twins and Comcast remain tone deaf about blackouts.
Bally Sports North, Comcast Xfinity
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May 1, 2024
The Minnesota Twins will not be on Comcast Xfinity anymore, after their contract with Diamond Sports Group and Bally Sports expired.
PHOTO: BRACE HEMMELGARN - MINNESOTA TWINS 2022
Feb 9, 2024
Minnesota Twins officially back on Bally Sports North, after new TV contract was approved. Pohlads are trying to hide terms of the deal from fans.
Photo: Katie Emmer Storm (@KatieStorm - X)Credit: Photo: Katie Emmer Storm (@KatieStorm - X)
Jan 9, 2024
Bally Sports North is back in the fold as a possible TV and streaming partner with the Minnesota Twins in 2024 but negotiations are very fluid.
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Dec 19, 2023
Bally Sports North (Diamond Sports), which owns TV rights to the Minnesota Twins, Timberwolves and Wild, are in negotiations with Amazon Prime.