Amazon Channels Adds MLB.TV




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Sports Fans Watching TV

Sports Fans Watching TVToday Amazon announced that they have added MLB.TV to their Amazon Channels service. Now you can manage your MLB.TV membership through your Amazon account making it easy to add and drop MLB.TV.

“Prime members love the convenience of streaming live sports on-the-go—and now with MLB.TV, they won’t have to miss watching their favorite teams play,” said Marie Donoghue, Vice President, Global Sports Video. “We know Prime members can’t get enough of sports, and we’re dedicated to providing more access to the Major League Baseball games they want.”

“Prime Video will be another great distribution platform for out-of-market fans to have daily access to live baseball,” said Chris Tully, MLB Executive Vice President, Global Media. “Combining MLB.TV with Prime Video will provide a seamless experience for subscribers to follow their favorite teams and players.

With MLB.TV on Amazon Channels you only have two options to pick from the $24.99 a month subscription and $118.99 a year annual membership. (To find the $118.99 option you have to click on the sign-up button to find the annual membership option.) Sadly the option to subscribe to just a single team is not available through Amazon Channels. The good news is the most popular MLB.TV package the 24.99 a month subscription can now be managed through MLB.TV.

Want to watch your home town in market team? We have a full guide on how to do just that HERE.


What is MLB.TV?

MLB.TV is a regular-season package you can subscribe to with Prime Video Channels. Subscribers get live access to out-of-market feeds for all regular season Major League Baseball games that aren’t subject to a regional, national, or other blackout.

Can I watch my local team on MLB.TV?

No. MLB.TV is intended for fans to watch MLB games for teams outside of their current local area.

Which MLB games can I watch?

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. MLB playoff games, the World Series, and the All-Star Game are not available for live streaming with MLB.TV. Nationally televised games and local games are usually available on your regional sports network or over-the-air station. To see a full schedule of games, visit

Are regional blackouts based on my location or my billing address?

Regional blackouts are based on your physical location. To determine which teams are subject to blackout at your location, enter your zip code on

When are full game archives of blacked-out MLB.TV games available?

Regular season games that are blacked out in your area will be available to watch as an archived game approximately 90 minutes after the conclusion of the game.

What can I watch on MLB.TV during the off-season?

During the off-season, an MLB.TV subscription offers on-demand archives of the previous season’s games.

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