The Twins are set to kick off their Spring Training schedule down in Florida against the Boston Red Sox on March 4. While many Twins fans will make the trip down south to catch some of the action in person, for those staying up north, warming up with some baseball is the highest priority. Yesterday, Fox Sports North release the television schedule for Spring Training games.
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While the Twins will not be featured as often as they will during the season, Fox Sports North is committed to showing a handful of the Spring Training contests. They are also going to be airing the lone collegiate game against the Minnesota Gophers on March 4.
Once again Dick Bremer will be the play-by-play man in the Twins booth, and he will be joined alongside both Bert Blyleven as well as Jack Morris. Once again, Cory Provus and Dan Gladden will bring you the Twins on the Treasure Island Baseball Network.
Thanks to FSN, check out the television schedule below:
2015 Minnesota Twins spring training broadcast schedule
|Mar. 4||Wednesday||University of Minnesota||6 p.m.+|
|Mar. 5||Thursday||Boston||6 p.m.+|
|Mar. 8||Sunday||Baltimore||12 p.m.|
|Mar. 12||Thursday||Miami||12 p.m.|
|Mar. 14||Saturday||at St. Louis||12 p.m.|
|Mar. 15||Sunday||St. Louis||12 p.m.|
|Mar. 19||Thursday||at Tampa Bay||12 p.m.|
|Mar. 21||Saturday||Baltimore||12 p.m.+|
|Mar. 28||Saturday||Philadelphia||12 p.m.|
|Mar. 31||Tuesday||New York Yankees||12 p.m.|
|Apr. 2||Thursday||Boston||6 p.m.+|
|Apr. 4||Saturday||Boston||12 p.m.|
Games with a + signify being aired on Fox Sports North Plus
What are you most looking forward to seeing this spring? Is it the development of the young and upcoming prospects? Will you be down in Florida watching the action live? Are you hoping to see the next Brian Dozier type player during Spring Training?
Let us know in the comments below, and know that baseball will be herein a matter of a short few weeks.
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