Minnesota Twins fans, have you been wondering how you will watch all 162 games in 2018? Well, Puckett’s Pond is here to fill you in on the good news.
The Minnesota Twins recently announced that all 162 games of the 2018 season will be brought to you live into your living room. Fox Sports North will be there to televise 154 games, while the remaining eight games will be televised nationally.
What this means for fans in ’18
The Twins have Joe Mauer and Brian Dozier coming back and ready to make some noise in the American League. They’ve recently added Jake Odorizzi, and along with the young talent on the way the future is bright.
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Don’t miss a second of Minnesota Twins action this season. This will mark the first time in Twins history that all 162 games will be televised. The excitement is through the roof, and the networks have taken notice.
Taking his first crack at broadcasting for the Twins is the recently retired Justin Morneau. Morneau was standout player over a ten year career with Minnesota, and fans are excited to hear what he can bring to the telecast.
Alongside Morneau will be the long-time play-by-play announcer Dick Bremer. The Minnesota Twins are coming off of a Wildcard appearance in 2017 and the fans can’t wait for the ’18 season to kick off.
Morneau will bring a fresh voice and a new perspective to the booth. He retired barely a month and a half ago and wasted no time in finding another job inside of baseball. He has all the makings of a successful broadcaster, and his popularity among fans is still as high as ever.
It’s only a matter of time before the Twins induct Morneau to the Minnesota Twins Hall of Fame. He has been a fan favorite throughout his career and he belongs involved with this organization. Together with Joe Mauer, and others, he helped keep this team relevant when they should have been forgotten. Now, it’s his turn on the microphone, and everybody in the land of 10,000 lakes will be listening.