With the start of February, it means we are only a few weeks away from MLB spring training. This year cord cutters will be able to watch the MLB Network without having to agree to a 2-year contract from traditional pay-TV services such as cable or satellite TV. Here are your options to stream the MLB Networks:
The newest option to watch the MLB Network is PlayStation Vue. Starting with the $44.99 Core plan you can get the MLB network, TBS, ESPN, and even in select markets regional sports networks. This makes PlayStation Vue a great option for baseball fans looking for the MLB Network.
DIRECTV NOW includes the MLB Network in three different packages: the Just Right package with 80+ live channels, the Go Big package with 100+ live channels, and the Gotta Have It package with 120+ live channels. The best part is if you are an AT&T Unlimited customer you can get $15 off your DIRECTV NOW plan.
Not only will you get the MLB Network but other channels such as ESPN, TBS, and in select markets regional sports channels, making DIRECTV NOW a great option for MLB fans.
YouTube TV also offers the MLB Network along with ESPN, FS1, and many other networks for just $40 a month.
The best part is there are no long-term contracts. No longer will you have to agree to a 2-year contract to access the games you want to watch. Pay for DIRECTV NOW when you want it and cancel it when the season is over.
It has never been a better time to be a cord cutter.
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