How to Watch the MLB Network Without Paying For Cable TV




February is here and spring training is right around the corner. So how can Major League Baseball fans keep up on everything happening this spring?

For the first time 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.

DIRECTV NOW, the new live TV streaming service, is currently the only streaming service to offer 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.

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.

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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