The best way to watch the Minnesota Twins is live at the Target Field, with a six pack and your homeboys. However, if you’re a busy millennial who spends 20 hours a day in front of a computer streaming the Minnesota Twins online is also a good option.
Sling TV has Some Minnesota Twins Games
Sling TV has been around for maybe longer than others, and we strongly believe that regardless of whether you’re working at minimum wage or a bum out on the street the $19.99 is a good deal. You get ESPN and ESPN2 both bundled with the basic package. Plus, you get to stream across iOS and Android devices as well as via your computer’s browser window. You’re never blacked out regardless of where you’re located and you can for all intents and purposes stream on the go.
Head over there now to check it out and sign up for the free seven day trial.
Fubo has most Live MLB Games Too!
Fubo is another service where cable is not required and you’ll get access to almost every MLB game you need for a low monthly fee you can cancel at any time. Give FuboTV a try as well:
If the Twins are on ESPN, Try ESPN+
If your team has a special evening game on Sunday Night Baseball or ESPN, you’ll need ESPN+ or one of the streaming services with ESPN included to stream said game:
Stream Twins’ games anywhere using a VPN
If you already have a streaming service, but want to watch a game not broadcasting in your area, consider using a VPN to allow streaming of your favorite team. For example, if you’re in California, but want to watch The Twins online, a VPN like NordVPN will allow you to do just that.
Use Hulu Live to watch games online
Hulu is a powerhouse when it comes to offering live streams. So if the game you’re hoping to watch is on one of the networks they stream, this could also be a good option for you!
MLB TV is the Official Streaming Service of MLB and the Twins
MLB TV has what many term as one of the best online streaming systems and a very easy to use app for iOS and Android device. However, streaming MLB TV will require that you subscribe to their cable version via your cable service provider. That said if you don’t happen to have a cable service provider or are totally deprived of a conventional television the only alternative you have left is paying $19.99 a month for an online subscription.
The one major turn off of MLB TV’s online streaming service is that you will be blacked out of all Minnesota Twins games if you’re in Minnesota or Minneapolis. That takes you back to square one! We guess the MLB thinks that the twin cities don’t have many Twins fans!
Now if you don’t want to get blacked out, there is a way around it i.e. to subscribe to an internet-based cable provider…don’t worry at least one option below is cheap.
PlayStation Vue is Another Option for Twins Games on ESPN
Vue has been around for a while, and it is an option we’ve tested for quite some time. At $39.99 you get access to a host of channels but the only one streaming Minnesota Twins online is ESPN. Being the All-American sports lovers we have always been, we think that the price is not justified. Though the quality is excellent and with the Vue app, you can stream across your iOS and Android device, not to mention Amazon Fire and your PlayStation console. The other good thing about the Vue is you’re not blacked out!
Watch The Minnesota Twins Live via AT&T TV NOW
AT&T TV NOW streams live channels like Fox Sports, Sunday Night Baseball and ESPN via its app for iOS and Android devices. Subscribers can stream the Minnesota Twins from just about any location, so as long as they have decent internet. Starting at $35 a month it may be slightly more expensive compared to rival Sling TV but AT&T does not charge subscribers for the data consumed while streaming. So, you can watch the Minnesota Twins or just about any and all sports for as long as you want!
OK, so you can’t afford a dime and want to stream the Minnesota Twins online for free?
Numerous websites offer free streaming, simply Google “Free streaming sports channels” or something similar. However, you’ll be breaching US copyright which could land you in prison. Well, maybe not prison but you’re certainly not doing a great job of supporting the team you love (The Minnesota Twins). Chew on that for a while before you take the plunge.
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