How to Watch Minnesota Twins vs. Los Angeles Angels: Channel, Live Stream, Game Time – April 27

Ryan Jeffers and the Minnesota Twins (12-13) will meet Mike Trout and the Los Angeles Angels (10-16) on Saturday. First pitch at Angel Stadium of Anaheim is scheduled for 9:38 PM ET.

For more details on how to watch Minnesota’s upcoming contest against Los Angeles, check out the article below.

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Twins vs. Angels TV Channel and Live Stream

  • Date: Saturday, April 27, 2024
  • Time: 9:38 PM ET
  • TV: BSW
  • Live Stream: Watch this game on Fubo (Regional restrictions may apply)
  • Location: Anaheim, California
  • Venue: Angel Stadium of Anaheim

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Probable Pitchers

Chris Paddack (MIN) Pitcher José Soriano (LAA)
1 – 1 W/L 0 – 3
21 IP 21
5.57 ERA 3.43
1.667 WHIP 1.190
8.1 K/9 9.4
2.1 BB/9 4.7

Twins vs. Angels Top Hitters


  • Ryan Jeffers has a .365 on-base percentage and a .507 slugging percentage, both team-high numbers for the Twins. He’s batting .274 with five doubles, four home runs and five walks.
  • Edouard Julien has four doubles, seven home runs and 11 walks while batting .222, and paces his team with 18 hits.
  • Alex Kirilloff has five doubles, three triples, a home run and six walks while hitting .260.
  • Austin Martin is hitting .222 with five doubles, a home run and four walks.

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  • Mike Trout leads Los Angeles in total hits (23) this season while batting .230 with 13 extra-base hits.
  • Taylor Ward has an OPS of .822, fueled by an OBP of .313 and a team-best slugging percentage of .510 this season.
  • Luis Rengifo has collected 20 base hits, an OBP of .338 and a slugging percentage of .362 this season.
  • Logan O’Hoppe leads Los Angeles with an OBP of .353 this season while batting .295 with five walks and 10 runs scored.

Twins vs. Angels Season Splits


  • This year Minnesota is 6-7 on the road.
  • In day games, the Twins are 8-7. At night, they are 4-6.
  • So far this year, Minnesota is 3-3 in one-run games.
  • When facing southpaws, the Twins have gone 3-3, and versus righties they are 9-10.

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  • At home this year, the Angels are 3-7.
  • The Angels’ record in night games is 8-7, and they’ve gone 2-9 in day games.
  • Looking at one-run games, Los Angeles is 2-4.
  • The Angels are 2-1 against left-handers, and 8-15 against righties.

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