The Minnesota Twins announced today that theirradio broadcasts will be moving to the FM dial as K-TWIN will pick up coveragebeginning in 2013.
"The Minnesota Twins are thrilled to have thisopportunity to partner with our locally-owned sister company, Northern LightsBroadcasting," Twins President Dave St. Peter said in a statement releasedby the team. "Twins radio broadcasts have been an important part of the Upper Midwest landscape dating back to 1961. Bypartnering with 96.3 K-TWIN, the Twins not only gain a stellar broadcastingpartner with a dynamic FM signal, but we get a chance to be an integral part ofan emerging radio format that will be unique across the nation."
The current broadcast station, 1500 ESPN will continue to broadcast the gamesfor the rest of the 2012 season.