Streaming Options – The Streamable

The Minnesota Twins take on the Colorado Rockies on Friday, June 24, 2022 at 8:10 p.m. EDT. The game will be broadcast exclusively on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, Bally Sports North and Fox Sports North, which you can stream using a live TV streaming service.

Minnesota Twins vs. Colorado Rockies

In Minneapolis, the game will stream on Bally Sports North (formerly Fox Sports North), while in Denver, the game will stream on AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain. Both RSNs are available with a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM.

Since Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV don’t broadcast Bally Sports North or AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, this is your only way to stream Minnesota Twins and Colorado Rockies games year-round.

Can You Stream Minnesota Twins vs. Colorado Rockies on MLB.TV?

If you live outside of the market, you can stream most games on MLB.TV including Minnesota Twins vs. Colorado Rockies. You can try MLB.TV with a 7-day free trial.

You can stream this game wirelessly on Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and mobile devices using live TV streaming service like DIRECTV STREAM and fuboTV. If you haven’t tried it yet, you can get a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM.

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Price: $89.99
Contains: AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain, Bally Sports North and Fox Sports North + 35 top cable channels


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Contains: AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain + 27 top cable channels

Colorado Rockies vs. Minnesota Twins Game Preview: Rodgers leads the Rockies against the Twins on a 4-hit performance

Colorado Rockies (30-40, 5th in NL West) vs. Minnesota Twins (39-32, 2nd in AL Central)

Minneapolis; Friday, 8:10 p.m. EDT

PITCHING PROBABLES: No starters named

FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Gemini -159, Rockies +137; over/under is 9 1/2 runs

BOTTOM: The Colorado Rockies play the Minnesota Twins after Brendan Rodgers had four hits against the Marlins on Thursday.

Minnesota has a 21-16 record at home and a 39-32 record overall. The Twins are 16-5 in games if they hit at least two home runs.

Colorado has a 30-40 record overall and an 11-21 record on the road. The Rockies have a 16-29 record in games in which they have conceded at least one home run.

Friday’s game marks the first time these teams have faced each other this season.

POWERFUL: Luis Arraez has a .349 batting average in 10th place with the Twins and has eight doubles and four homers. Carlos Correa is 14-to-43 with two homers and four RBI in his last 10 games.

CJ Cron leads Colorado with 17 homers while hitting .551. Charlie Blackmon is 12-for-34 with two homers and seven RBI in the last 10 games.

LAST 10 GAMES: Gemini: 4-6, .235 batting average, 4.15 ERA, topped by seven runs

Rockies: 4-6, .292 batting average, 4.30 ERA, four runs better than opponents

INJURIES: Twins: Trevor Megill: 15 days IL (shoulder), Jorge Polanco: 10 days IL (back), Cody Stashak: 60 days IL (shoulder), Royce Lewis: 60 days IL (knee), Bailey Ober: 15 days IL (groin), Danny Coulombe: 15 days IL (hip), Miguel Sano: 60 days IL (knee), Chris Paddack: 60 days IL (elbows), Jhon Romero: 60 days IL (biceps), Jorge Alcala: 60 days IL (elbows), Randy Dobnak: 60-day IL (fingers), Kenta Maeda: 60-day IL (elbows)

Rockies: Tyler Kinley: 60-Day IL (Elbow), Ty Blach: 15-Day IL (Wrist), Helcris Olivarez: 60-Day IL (Shoulder), Kris Bryant: 10-Day IL (Back), Ryan Rolison: 60-Day IL ( shoulder), Scott Oberg: 60-Day IL (arm)

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