Beginning Friday, February 21, MLB teams from across the country will play almost 300 Spring Training games. Here’s how you can stream those games on your Roku, Fire TV, or Apple TV.
MLB Spring Training Game Schedule
ESPN allows baseball fans to view a full schedule of upcoming games. You can also use a dropdown menu to filter games for your favorite team.
Live Streaming Services
Most Spring Training games will air on regional sports networks. You can find RSNs on live streaming services including Sling TV, Hulu, AT&T TV NOW, YouTube TV, and fuboTV.
Sling TV starts at $30 per month and offers several regional sports networks based on zip code.
Hulu With Live TV costs $54.99 with a free trial for new customers. You’ll find networks including YES, SNY, and Fox sports networks.
AT&T TV NOW starts at $65 a month after a 7 day free trial. Look for SNY and Fox regional sports networks among others.
YouTube TV is just $49.99 per month and offers regional sports networks including YES and SNY.
fuboTV fuboTV starts at $54.99 and includes many regional sports networks like NESN and NBC Sports RSNs.
Note: games airing on FOX networks are not available on Sling TV or fuboTV.
Some of the final few Spring Training games and many regular season games will air on networks including FS1, TBS, and ESPN.
For a full breakdown of which streaming services offer which channels, take a look at our streaming service comparison chart to be sure you don’t miss a game.
MLB Network & MLB At Bat App
The MLB Network will be airing some games. Visit the MLB Network website for a schedule of which games will air on the network. You can watch MLB Network on Sling TV and YouTube TV.
If you’re interested in out of market games, check out MLB At Bat. A subscription to the app costs just $2.99 per month or $19.99 per year. With the app, you can access your MLB.TV All Teams subscription to watch every out-of-market game.
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