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How to Watch MLB Games on Roku, Fire TV, & Apple TV (Updated March 2019)

 

Fans of soccer watching matchWith DirecTV Now dropping the MLB Network from new plans, sports fans might be looking for other ways to tune in to baseball games this season. Here’s how you can follow your favorite teams online or with your streaming device.

ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1, TBS Games

For games airing on these stations, you can take your pick of several streaming services. Sling, Hulu, PlayStation Vue, DirecTV Now, and YouTube TV all offer each of these channels.

Sling starts at $15/month with a 7 day free trial

Hulu with Live TV starts at $44.99/month with a 7 day free trial

PlayStation Vue starts at $44.99/month with a 5 day free trial

DirecTV Now starts at $50/month, currently with your first month free (using code MARCH2019)

YouTube TV starts at $40/month with a 7 day free trial

MLB Network

While DirecTV Now is no longer including the MLB Network on their list of channels for new subscribers, you can still watch with YouTube TV and PlayStation Vue.

MLB.TV

MLB.TV will allow you to stream every game outside of your market. When you sign up, you can choose a package to watch one team, or pay extra to watch all MLB games. MLB.TV is available on iOS and Android devices.

This week, Amazon announced that they’ve added MLB.TV to their Amazon Channels lineup. You’ll have the option of paying $24.99/month or $118.99 for an annual membership.

Live regular season games included in your subscription feature out-of-market teams only. Nationally televised games and local team games televised in your area aren’t available for live streaming with MLB.TV.

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