MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — John Gordon and Dan Gladden are continuing as the primary radio announcers next season for the Minnesota Twins, though Gordon is cutting back his schedule to approximately 90 games.

This will be Gordon’s 25th season announcing Twins games with his signature “Touch `em all!” home run call. The Twins announced Tuesday that Ted Robinson and Bob Kurtz, both former Twins television broadcasters, will each be brought in to call about 25 games.

Jack Morris will also return to the radio booth for approximately 25 games.

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Comments (2)
  1. Marty says:

    Sure will hate to have John Gordon retire from broadcasting the Twins games. He brought us thru many grate seasons including two World Series games.

  2. Ken Morris says:

    It really doesn’t make much difference who the announcers are since the Twins front office opted for more money from the media that caring about fans. Where I live in Greater MN I can’t pick up any of the night games .