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Fans gear-up for the upcoming MLB season

Spring Training 2023 continues to roll as fans begin their preparations for the upcoming MLB season.


Fans are already preparing for the upcoming MLB season as Spring Training 2023 continues. Season tickets have already been purchased, flights have been booked to various games across the country, and now non-travelling fans are preparing to watch their favourite team from the comfort of their homes.

MLB.TV is the right choice for fans who wish to follow every game of their favourite team, but it is costly. Subscription plans are available for All Teams ($149.99 a year) and Single Teams ($129.99 a year). It is fortunate for baseball fans who wish to watch the game online or on television that several options are available during the season. Unfortunately, the Hulu + Live TV subscription service does not offer live streaming of every game since games are broadcast on the regional sports network that each team is affiliated with. However, people living in their local markets can watch sports programming on these local cable channels.

In most cases, live games are broadcast on either ABC or FOX regional sports networks. The FOX channels owned by Spectrum, including 21 FOX regional sports networks, Marquee Network, and YES Network, are no longer accessible through Hulu + Live TV.


Hulu + Live TV includes these regional networks:

1: NBC Sports Bay Area

2: NBC Sports Boston


3: NBC Sports California

4: NBS Sports Chicago

5: NBC Sports Northwest

6: NBC Sports Philadelphia and Philadelphia+

7: NBC Sports Washington and Washington+

8: SportsNet NY

If Hulu + Live TV is their primary streaming source, fans should avoid missing an inning if the cable is an option. Local broadcast networks, such as the YES Network for the New York Yankees, may be the most’s effective option.

Fans can listen to over 250 Spring Training games; every game is available live or on-demand with no blackouts on the At Bat app. However, the program does not come for free, as fans must pay a low monthly fee of USD 3.99 to have unlimited access to every game throughout the season.

While watching the game on television or live at the stadium is an exciting experience, a well-commented game on the radio is pure and nostalgic.