Baseball Games Live: The Major League Baseball postseason is here and the playoffs are being fought out to see which of the remaining four three franchises will advance to the World Series next week. The great news is that you can find out how to live stream MLB playoffs action here, no matter where in the world you are this week.
Last season, the Boston Red Sox faced off against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 114th edition of the World Series. The Red Sox defeated the Dodgers by winning four out of seven games, but there’s no Red Sox presence in the 2019 MLB playoffs and the Dodgers are gone, too.
Most of these games will air exclusively on these channels and won’t be available on your local RSN. You’ll also need these channels to get MLB Playoff games and the World Series.
The first team through to the big one is the Washington Nationals for the first time ever! They smashed the St Louis Cardinals 4-0 in the NLCS to progress and will now feel confident that the World Series win can head to the capital.
The awesome Houston Astros will have something to say about that however – their trio of starting pitchers (Cole, Verlander and Greinke) powered them to the regular season’s finest record, going 107-55 on their way to the playoffs. Also in the ALCS, the Yankees of New York are seeking their first World Series berth for 10 years, and this will be Aaron Judge’s chance to show off his skills on the biggest stage. Our dedicated Yankees vs Astros live stream guide has more on that showdown.
TechRadar has put together this handy MLB live stream guide so that you don’t miss a single playoffs pitch. Whoever you’re cheering on, we’ll help you find a way to watch your favorite franchise play whether that be on your television, streaming devices or even on your smartphone. Keep reading and we’ll show you exactly how to live stream MLB from anywhere in the world so that you don’t miss a single pitch this season.
To watch your RSN online without cable, you will need a subscription to one of the major Live TV Streaming Services.
Once you subscribe, you will be able to stream your local MLB games on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon, Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS, and Android.
You can stream 22 of 30 MLB teams locally on Live TV Streaming Services.
You won’t be able to stream Baltimore Orioles, Colorado Rockies, Houston Astros, Los Angeles Dodgers, Pittsburgh Pirates, Seattle Mariners, and Washington Nationals games in your local market.
In Canada, we suggest checking out Sportsnet NOW for all 162 Toronto Blue Jays games this season.
Nationally Televised Broadcasts
Nationally televised games that don’t air on your team’s RSN may air on ESPN, FOX, FS1, TBS, and Facebook.
Additionally, MLB Network broadcasts ~100 non-exclusive games throughout the season. These games will only show outside the local markets of the teams.
If you live away from your favorite team, you can still catch nearly every game. MLB offers MLB.TV online for $115.99 to watch every team or $89.99 to watch a single team’s games.
You will be able to watch every game, except those airing on ESPN (Sunday), FOX (Saturday), and MLB Network. You can usually save 35% with a Student or Military ID.