Better late than never!  The Minnesota Twins have announced their revised 60-game 2020 schedule as well as details on how fans can catch the games on TV.

The 60-game schedule will be played over 66 days between July 24 and September 27.   While there will be no fans allowed at the games, the good news is that all 60 games will be televised with 58 broadcast on FOX Sports North and two on FOX National.

The Twins regular season officially begins in Chicago on Friday, July 24 with a 7:10 p.m. game against the White Sox. They will start the season with a three-game series against their division rival before returning to Target Field.

Minnesota will face the St. Louis Cardinals on July 28 for their home opener, with the first pitch scheduled for 7:10 p.m. That will kick off an eight-game homestand which includes games vs. the Cardinals (July 28-29), Cleveland Indians (July 30-August 2) and Pittsburgh Pirates (August 3-4).

With a shortened season, the Twins will play a strictly regional schedule this year, which keeps travel to a minimum.  They will have 40 games against their American League Central Division rivals and 20 Interleague contests vs. the National League Central.

Minnesota plays 10 games apiece against the White Sox (3 home/7 away), Indians (7 home/3 away), Detroit Tigers (6 home/4 away) and Kansas City Royals (4 home/6 away). The Twins will have a six-contest Interleague Border Battle with the Milwaukee Brewers (3 home/3 away), while playing four games each (2 home/2 away) against both the Pirates and Cardinals. Additionally, Minnesota travels to Wrigley Field for a three-game set vs. the Chicago Cubs and hosts the Cincinnati Reds for three games.

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If you have access to FOX Sports North, you can enjoy 58 of the games there.  The remaining two games, which are both home games vs. Cleveland (July 30 and September 12), will be available on FOX National.

Click the link below to see the full Minnesota Twins schedule.