How Cord-Cutters Can Watch MLB Post Season

Tonight marks the kickoff to the Major League Baseball (MLB) post-season as the Minnesota Twins visit the New York Yankees in the Wild-Card Round. So, how does a cord-cutter partake in all the action? Here is how to watch all the MLB post-season games without the use of cable.

The games are going to air on the following networks (besides FOX) throughout the tournament:

  • ESPN
  • FS1
  • MLB Network
  • ESPN (Airing the Twins/Yankees game tonight, for instance)

There are only two streaming platforms that offer ALL Of these networks:

  • DIRECTV NOW (Approx. $35 a month w/ 7 day free trial)
  • PlayStation Vue (Lowest Tier: $39.99 a month w/5 day free trial)

Depending on which games you care about, you may find some of these channels in other services on their own.

Most of these games will also be airing living on FOX. PlayStation Vue and DIRECTV NOW both offer a ton of FOX affiliates. However, if you have an antenna, you can get FOX for free.

How do you plan on watching the World Series playoffs? Who are you rooting for? Let us know below!

 

 

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