3/28/2014 12:53 P.M. ET
Treasure Island Baseball Network Debuts the Ron Gardenhire Show on Sunday, March 30
96.3 K-TWIN to Premiere This is Twins Territory
By / MLB.com
MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota Twins, the Treasure Island Baseball Network and 96.3 K-TWIN radio today announced the debut of regular season programming on the radio home of the Minnesota Twins. Starting Sunday, March 30, fans can tune in to 96.3 K-TWIN or their local Treasure Island Baseball Network affiliate to hear all of the latest Twins talk including:
The Ron Gardenhire Show
Hosted by Kris Atteberry and Jack Morris, The Ron Gardenhire Show airs on Sundays from 9:30 to 10 a.m. from March 30 to Sept. 28, 2014. Fans will get insights from Twins Manager Ron Gardenhire and the chance to ask questions in this call-in show. The Ron Gardenhire Show can be heard on 96.3 K-TWIN and across the Treasure Island Baseball Network.
Inside Twins airs every Sunday from April 6 to Sept. 28, 2014. The show begins 40 minutes prior to the start of the Pregame Lineup Card. Hosted by Cory Provus, the show will feature appearances by Twins GM Terry Ryan, Assistant GM Rob Antony, Farm Director Brad Steil and other front office personalities. Fans can submit questions via Twitter by using hastag #InsideTwins or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Inside Twins can be heard on 96.3 K-TWIN and across the Treasure Island Baseball Network.
This is Twins Territory
Co-hosted by four-time World Series winning pitcher, Jack Morris, K-TWIN personality and sports journalist Rod Simons and K-TWIN's Lindsay Guentzel, 96.3 K-TWIN's This is Twins Territory, starts Sunday, March 30 and broadcasts through Sunday, September 28, 2014. A magazine style radio show, listeners get a glance behind the dugout into the real life experiences of players, their families and frontline staff. Every Sunday morning at 10 a.m. Jack, Rod and Lindsay will cover everything Minnesota Twins, including a recap and preview of the on-field action. This is Twins Territory is only available on FM 96.3 K-TWIN in the metro area and online at KTWIN.com.
"The Twins are thrilled to bring this exciting mix of programming to our radio listeners across Twins Territory," said Twins Senior Director of Broadcasting Kevin Smith. "With the regular-season upon us, radio listeners can get all of their Twins information, as well as play-by-play, in one place - the Treasure Island Baseball Network."
Fans in the metro area are encouraged to tune into the team's metro affiliate 96.3 K-TWIN for all the best Twins-related programming. Fans throughout Twins Territory, which includes Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, parts of Iowa and western Wisconsin can tune in on their local Treasure Island Baseball Network affiliate. Fans can find their local affiliate at www.twinsbaseball.com/radio.
"We're excited to kick off another great season of Twins baseball and look forward to providing Twins fans with the most comprehensive and best Twins coverage throughout the season," said 96.3 K-TWIN Programming Director, Michael Steele.
About 96.3 K-TWIN
A community-focused lifestyle station for the Twin Cities, 96.3 K-TWIN is the metro Minneapolis-St. Paul radio home for Minnesota Twins baseball. Locally owned by Northern Lights Broadcasting, 96.3 K-TWIN blends quality music and true variety with engaging, local personalities. We are the station of choice for intelligent and entertaining content along with essential sports and news.
About the Treasure Island Baseball Network
In 2007 the Twins, in partnership with 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 2009. 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 82 stations throughout Twins Territory.
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