Twins-Brewers game Tuesday is only available on Facebook

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Twins play-by-play man Dick Bremer can chill in the hotel all day Tuesday because he doesn't have to work the game. 

Fox Sports North doesn't have broadcast rights to Tuesday's Twins-Brewers game in Milwaukee, nor does any other TV provider. Instead, the game will only be available on Facebook's MLB Live page

It's part of MLB's digital-only national broadcast schedule, one of 25 games scheduled in the partnership between MLB and Facebook. 

You can watch via the following: 

  • Search for "MLB Live" on Facebook and follow it. 
  • Download the Facebook video app on your TV or streaming device and search "MLB Live." 
  • Stream the game on your Facebook app by tapping the TV icon. 

Bremer's role was as the play-by-play announcer will be taken by MLB Network announcer, Scott Braun, who'll be joined in the booth by Twins analyst LaTroy Hawkins and Brewers analyst Bill Schroeder. 

First pitch is scheduled for 3:10 p.m. but Facebook will go live on the game at 2:50 p.m

The game will be on the radio per usual. 

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