This comprehensive guide will help you watch the MLB Playoffs from any where and on any device. Though there are a number of options out there, some have definitely been proven better than others. Here is a breakdown of the easiest and best quality options for you:
First and foremost, for the full schedule of the MLB Playoffs:
TV Viewing Options:
The games are going to be spread out through different channels. Though most will play on TBS and Fox Sports One.
- TV Channels will include- Fox Sports 1, Fox, MLBN, TBS, and briefly ESPN.
- If you do not have these channels or a cable provider, Slingbox would be a great way to go. It essentially lets you tap in to these channels to view the events you would like to. Their subscription is $20.00 a month. It also has a free 7 day trial period at the moment. This doubles as a streaming option as well.
Online Streaming Options:
- Hulu - This is a newer option for most. You can now watch most all pro and college sports on Hulu. It only comes with a 1 week free trial, afterwards is $39.99 monthly. This is a bit disappointing considering all the other 30-day trials for most streaming services. But Hulu has always been a quality service for me, so I say it's worthy of the price.
- Fox Sports Go - This has always been a great way to watch full games via live streaming.
- MLB.com - This is going to be the very best streaming option in my opinion. Though it does come with a $24.99 subscription fee. A bit pricey, but it covers all post-season games, full archives after every game, and includes 2019 spring training games as well.
- ESPN Radio- This is the very best option for listening to the games, as they're not many satellite radio channels out there specifically for the playoffs.