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How to watch the Brewers-Twins game on Wednesday through YouTube

The game is only available on YouTube

MILWAUKEE - You can watch the Milwaukee Brewers exclusively on YouTube this Wednesday.

The special viewing is part of an expanded partnership between Major League Baseball and YouTube.

 

The MLB Network will produce the broadcast. It will include a special pregame and post-game show.

The broadcast team will feature analysis from four-time Twins All-Star and 2006 American League MVP Justin Morneau, along with three-time Brewers All-Star Dan Plesac. Rich Waltz will handle play-by-play while Minnesota native Jamie Hersch will provide insight from the field, according to a news release by Major League Baseball.

The Brewers take on the twins at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Miller Park in Milwaukee.

Here is how to watch the game on YouTube.

 Mobile:

  1. Open the YouTube app.

  2. Search for "MLB."

  3. Tap the MLB YouTube channel.

  4. If the game is on, tap the game thumbnail to watch live.

  5. If the game is upcoming, tap the game thumbnail and click on "Set Reminder" to receive a notification when the game is live (log-in required to set reminder).

  6. Click on the Chromecast button to watch on the big screen with a Chromecast device.

Smart TV:

  1. Open the YouTube app.

  2. Search for "MLB."

  3. Click on the MLB YouTube channel.

  4. If the game is on, tap the game thumbnail to watch live.

Desktop

  1. Go to www.youtube.com/twins or www.youtube.com/mlb on your browser.

  2. If the game is on, click the game thumbnail to watch live.

  3. If the game is upcoming, click the "Set Reminder" button to receive a notification when the game is live (log-in required to set reminder).

Earlier this year, Major League Baseball announced its first-ever live streaming game distribution with YouTube. The partnership included 13 second-half games throughout the league that would be shown exclusively on YouTube.

 

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