How to Watch the 2017 MLB Postseason Without Cable TV

As October gets started for many it means MLB postseason is here. The good news is you can now watch postseason MLB games without cable TV.

So here is our guide to watching the 2017 MBL postseason without cable TV.

ESPN, FS1, TBS, and MLB Network Games

Currently there are two services that offer the MLB Network, ESPN, FS1, and TBS all on one service: PlayStation Vue, and DIRECTV NOW. (Other live TV services offer some of these channels, but only PlayStation Vue and DIRECTV NOW offer all of them.)

DIRECTV NOW, which is typically $35 a month, is just $10 a month if you have an AT&T Wireless Unlimited plan. DIRECTV NOW also offers a 7-day free trial.

PlayStation Vue starts at $39.99 a month and offers a 5-day free trial.

Over-the-Air TV Games

Both PlayStation Vue and DIRECTV NOW offer FOX in select markets; however, many cord cutters can watch FOX 100% free with an antenna.

Not sure if you can get FOX with an antenna where you live? Check out and enter your address to find out if you can get FOX with an indoor or outdoor antenna.

There you go…a guide to the 2017 MLB postseason. Looking for how to watch other channels? Check out our full breakdown of live TV streaming services HERE.

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