Cory Provus, Dan Gladden and Kris Atteberry will be in Florida handling radio duties, while television announcer Dick Bremer will be on the air later in the spring. Bremer will be behind the microphone three times and will be joined by LaTroy Hawkins and on March 26-27, Twins Hall of Famer Johan Santana, who will be making his broadcast debut.
The Twins’ first spring training game, which will take place on Sunday, at 12:05 CT, against the Red Sox can be heard on the Treasure Island Baseball Network, 830 WCCO and 102.9 The Wolf. It can also be found online at RADIO.com. Atteberry and Gladden will call that game. Their first televised game will come on March 3, also against the Red Sox.
The Twins will play a regionalized schedule this spring, primarily facing off against the Red Sox, Rays and Braves with a couple games against the Pirates and Orioles thrown in. At the beginning of spring, they will play seven-inning games because teams have fewer players in camp this year in an attempt to minimize COVID-19 risks. Their last spring training game comes on March 30. They will then have the next day off before Opening Day on