How to Watch Mets at Phillies & More MLB Games on May 5, 2022

Week 4 of the MLB season continues with 10 games scheduled for today. Two NL East rivals face off in an intense matchup when the 11-14 Philadelphia Phillies welcome the 18-9 New York Mets to the City of Brotherly Love. Today’s game is the 6th matchup in their season series, in which the Mets lead 4-2. The NL East is one of the most competitive divisions in the MLB and the Mets are currently sitting at the top in first place while the Phillies are in fourth and 6 games back.

Cord cutters can find out how to watch all of today’s games, below.

How to Watch MLB Games Without Cable

National games will air on ESPN, FOX, FS1, and TBS. Those channels are available with the live TV streaming services below.

DIRECTV STREAMfuboTVHulu + Live TVSling TVYouTube TV

This season, some games will also exclusively be available on streaming platforms. Apple TV+ will stream some Friday night games, Peacock will stream 18 Sunday morning games, and Prime Video will stream 21 Yankees games for those in-market throughout the season.

Local games will usually be available on your team’s regional sports network (RSN) if you live in-market. Use the links on the schedule below to find out how to watch your local RSN. For those out-of-market, an MLB.TV subscription will allow you to stream games live that aren’t subject to a regional or national blackout.

Today’s MLB Schedule

1:10 PMAngels – Red SoxMLB.tvBally Sports WestNESN
1:40 PMReds – BrewersMLB.tvBally Sports OhioBally Sports Wisconsin
3:10 PMNationals – RockiesMLB.tvMASNAT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
6:10 PMBlue Jays – GuardiansMLB.tvBally Sports Great Lakes
6:45 PMMets – PhilliesMLB.tvSportsNet NYNBC Sports Philadelphia
7:05 PMTwins – OriolesMLB.tvBally Sports NorthMASN
8:10 PMTigers – AstrosMLB.tvBally Sports DetroitAT&T SportsNet Southwest
9:40 PMMarlins – PadresMLB.tvBally Sports FloridaBally Sports San Diego
9:40 PMRays – MarinersMLB.tvBally Sports SunRoot Sports Northwest
9:45 PMCardinals – GiantsMLB.tvBally Sports MidwestNBC Sports Bay Area