Bally Sports North, Audacy’s News Talk 830 WCCO and 102.9 The Wolf, and the Treasure Island Baseball Network team up to broadcast 24 Twins Spring Training games in 2024

Bally Sports North to televise eight games, Audacy to broadcast 14, while Treasure Island Baseball Network and Audacy app to live stream 20 contests

February 15th, 2024

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN – With camp now officially underway, the defending American League Central Division Champion Minnesota Twins, in conjunction with partners Bally Sports North, Audacy’s News Talk 830 WCCO (WCCO-AM) and 102.9 The Wolf (KMNB-FM), and the Treasure Island Baseball Network (TIBN), today announced the club’s 24-game, 2024 Spring Training broadcast schedule.

Bally Sports North will telecast eight Twins Grapefruit League games, all of which will also be streamed live on the Bally Sports app. There will be 20 audio broadcasts produced by the Treasure Island Baseball Network; 14 will be carried in the Twin Cities on News Talk 830 WCCO (and simulcast on 102.9 The Wolf), while all 20 will be streamed, live and free of charge, via the Audacy app, smart speakers and website within a geofence that expands across the Upper Midwest.

All 24 broadcasts will originate on-site from ballparks in Florida. Every Twins-produced broadcast will feature exclusive live interviews of players, on-field personnel or front office staff as the club prepares for the 2024 season.

Bally Sports North Telecasts

The Bally Sports North (BSN) eight-game broadcast schedule will consist of three contests called by new television play-by-play voice Cory Provus, who begins his 12th season in a Twins broadcast booth, alongside Twins Hall of Famer Justin Morneau and Twins Special Assistant LaTroy Hawkins; two simulcasts featuring a combination of BSN cameras, graphics and replays, accompanied by analysis and play-by-play from the new primary voice of the Treasure Island Baseball Network, Kris Atteberry, and Twins Hall of Famer Dan Gladden; and three simulcasts of the opponents’ broadcast feed (Thursday, March 12 at Detroit; Wednesday, March 13 at Tampa Bay; and Monday, March 25 at Atlanta).

Provus and Morneau make their 2024 debut on Bally Sports North on Wednesday, March 20 when Minnesota welcomes the Detroit Tigers to the Lee Health Sports Complex; the pair will also call the Friday, March 22 game vs. the Atlanta Braves, while Hawkins joins Provus on Sunday, March 24 as the Twins host the Baltimore Orioles.

Treasure Island Baseball Network Audio Broadcasts

The Treasure Island Baseball Network’s 20 games will feature a combination of Atteberry, who enters his 18th season with the Twins and first as the primary play-by-play talent, and Gladden, who enters his 26th year in the Twins radio booth after helping Minnesota to the 1987 and 1991 World Series titles.

Audacy’s News Talk 830 WCCO and 102.9 The Wolf begins its 14-game broadcast schedule at 5:00 p.m. CT on Friday, February 23 for a special Twins exhibition game vs the University of Minnesota Golden Gophers. That broadcast will include a special tribute to Golden Gopher Head Coach John Anderson, who enters his 40th and final season as the program’s skipper.

About Bally Sports North

Bally Sports North presents more live, local sports programming than any other network or broadcast system in the market. Serving sports fans throughout Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa and North and South Dakota, the regional network produces over 250 live sporting events every year. For more regional sports content, visit and follow @BallySportsNOR on X, @BallySportsNorth on Instagram and BallySportsNorth on Facebook.

About Audacy

Audacy, Inc. (NYSE: AUD) is a leading multi-platform audio content and entertainment company with the country’s best collection of local music, news and sports brands, a premium podcast creator, major event producer, and digital innovator. Audacy engages 200 million consumers each month, bringing people together around content that matters to them. Learn more at, Facebook (Audacy Corp) and Twitter (@AudacyCorp).

About Treasure Island Baseball Network

In 2007, the Twins and Learfield (formerly the Minnesota News Network) assumed control and development of the Twins Radio Network, with Treasure Island Resort & Casino becoming the first-ever naming rights partner for the network in 2010. Historically, the Twins Radio Network has been one of the largest in all of Major League Baseball, with hometown radio partners bringing Twins baseball to fans across five states. The Treasure Island Baseball Network has grown to include 84 stations throughout Twins Territory.