How to Watch MLB Opening Day Games Live in 2023 on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, & More




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Baseball on the Infield Chalk Line

After a suspenseful World Baseball Classic that saw MVP Shohei Ohtani strike out Angels teammate and fellow superstar Mike Trout to secure the victory for Japan, Major League Baseball is back with Opening Day 2023.

All 30 teams will take the field in what will be a competitive day on the diamond as teams are looking to establish themselves by starting their season with a win. Fans will notice a number of stars in new places on Opening Day, and in the national primetime game, defending World Series champions Houston Astros will host the Chicago White Sox.

If you cannot go to your local ballpark to see your favorite team, you can find out how to watch MLB Opening Day 2023, below.

How to Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live Without Cable

ESPN, MLB Network,, and Regional Sports Networks will combine to broadcast every at-bat and strike during MLB Opening Day 2023 and cord cutters can watch on Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV, and any other compatible device.

With a subscription to ESPN+,, DIRECTV STREAM, Fubo, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, Vidgo, and YouTube TV you can watch live MLB games on Opening Day.

Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on DIRECTV STREAM

MLB Opening Day on ESPN and MLB Network is available to stream with the Choice plan from DIRECTV STREAM. every tackle and touchdown during the 2023 XFL season with DIRECTV STREAM. For $99.99 per month stream Opening Day games as part of a lineup of over 105 channels, which includes many local games on regional sports networks. There are no contracts, no hidden fees, and a subscription includes unlimited cloud DVR storage to record your favorite moments of the season.

The Choice package includes all of the MLB’s RSNs except for NBC Sports Philadelphia.

New subscribers can take advantage of a 5-day free trial before subscribing.


Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on Hulu + Live TV

Watch the national primetime MLB Opening Day game on ESPN and over 85 channels are on Hulu + Live TV for $69.99 per month. Hulu + Live TV doesn’t offer MLB Network, but it does offer select regional sports networks for in-market fans. The service offers unlimited access to the Hulu library, Disney+, and live sports on ESPN+ for no additional charge. Record your favorite shows and sporting events for up to 9 months with unlimited DVR storage.

Hulu + Live TV subscribers can watch in-market games on NBC Sports RSNs, and SportsNet NY.

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Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on Fubo

Watch baseball’s biggest stars on MLB Opening Day with Fubo. The streaming service offers live MLB games on ESPN, 100+ sporting event, and over 140 channels with the Pro plan for $74.99 per month. Watch games on MLB Network with the fubo Exta add-on for $7.99 per month. If you live in a Fubo market that carries live in-market games on regional sports networks then you can watch them with the Pro plan starting $85.98 per month. Relive your favorite moments during Opening Day, the 2023 season, and rewatch your favorite shows with 1000 hours and Cloud DVR space.

Fubo offers in-market games on Bally Sports RSNs, Marquee Sports Network, Sportsnet NY, AT&T Sportsnet (Southwest/Pittsburgh), NBC Sports RSNs, and Root Sports Northwest.

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Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on Sling TV

One of the most affordable ways to watch live MLB Opening Day games on ESPN and MLB Network is with Sling Orange and the Sports Extra add-on. At the low price of $66 per month, subscribers can watch MLB games live over over 40 channels with 50 hours of DVR storage to record the biggest moments and highlights of the day.

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Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on Vidgo

Vidgo subscribers can watch nationally televised MLB games live on ESPN and MLB Network, plus over 110 live channels and on-demand for only $64.95 per month with their English Plus package. The service includes 20 hours of free DVR for the first 90 days

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Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on YouTube TV

Stream over 100 channels, including live MLB Opening Day Vipers games on ESPN with YouTube TV for only $72.99 per month. YouTube TV doesn’t carry MLB Network, however, it does carry a few regional sports networks, so fans can watch local teams if available. The service includes unlimited DVR to record the highlights of the day, and the ability to share 6 accounts per household.

YouTube TV offers in-market games on SportsNet NY, and NBC Sports RSNs.

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Watch MLB Opening Day 2023 Live on ESPN+

ESPN+ will stream select games throughout the 2023 MLB season including a game on Opening Day. Subscribers can watch for only $9.99 per month or $99.99 per year. Upgrade your subscription to watch live out-of-market games on ESPN+ with for $34.98 per month or $249.98 per year.

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Watch MLB Opening Day Live on MLB.TV

MLB Opening Day can be streamed on MLB.TV, which enables viewers to watch every out-of-market game across the league. The service offers several subscription options, such as access to 1 team for $129.99/yr., or access to all MLB franchises for $24.99/mo. or $149.99/yr. MLB.TV is also available through Amazon Prime Video, which lets customers add it as a channel for $24.99/mo. or $149.99/yr. on top of their regular subscription. 

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MLB Opening Day 2023 Schedule

GameTime (ET)Network/Platform
Giants at Yankees1:05 PMMLB Network,, YES Network, NBC Sports Bay Area
Braves at Nationals1:05 PMMLB Network Alt.,, Bally Sports Southeast, MASN
Orioles at Red Sox2:10, MASN, NESN
Brewers at Cubs2:20, Bally Sports Wisconsin, Marquee Sports Network
Tigers at Rays3:10, Bally Sports Detroit, Bally Sports Sun
Phillies at Rangers4:05 PMMLB Network (JIP at 5 PM), ESPN+,, Bally Sports Southwest,
Twins at Royals4:10, Bally Sports Minnesota, Bally Sports Kansas City
Pirates at Reds4:10, Bally Sports Ohio, AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh, NBC Sports Philadelphia
Mets at Marlins4:10 PMMLB Network Alt.,, SportsNet NY, Bally Sports Florida
Rockies at Padres4:10, Bally Sports San Diego, AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain
Blue Jays at Cardinals4:10, Bally Sports Midwest
White Sox at Astros7:00 PMESPN
Angels at Athletics10:07 PMMLB Network,, Bally Sports West, NBC Sports California
Diamondbacks at Dodgers10:10, Bally Sports Arizona, Spectrum SportsNet LA
Guardians at Mariners10:10 PMMLB Network Alt.,, Bally Sports Great Lakes, Root Sports Northwest

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