Livescore Thursday, April 25

It’s not often easy figuring out how to watch a baseball game anymore. 

Nationally, MLB games are spread out among the likes of ESPN, Fox, TBS and even Apple TV+. On top of that, regional sports networks are in disarray, causing three teams — the Diamondbacks, Rockies and Padres — to exit the RSN sphere all together, opting to stream their own games through MLB with a direct-to-consumer model.

Diamond Sports Group — the owner of Bally Sports, which airs games for 12 MLB teams — also filed for bankruptcy. But for the 2024 season, it appears that there will be little impact on the RSN model for the respective MLB teams. 

Below is a complete option for watching MLB games for all 30 teams during the 2024 season as Opening Day nears. 

MLB live streams 2024

When it comes to national games, the streaming options are network-contingent, with ESPN, Fox and TBS all offering their own app to watch any nationally televised MLB games on their network. 

Fubo carries a number of the regional sports networks to stream in market, as well as channels like Fox and ESPN to watch nationally televised games. Fubo offers a free trial, so you can try before you buy. is a prime way to watch out-of-market games. It costs $149.99 for the year, $29.99 per month, or $129.99 to watch a single team. Viewers should be aware that does black out local games. 

MLB team TV networks 2024

Most regional sports networks (RSNs) have their own apps, through which users can stream MLB games of the corresponding team. 

Below is a look at where the games can be found for all 30 teams. 


  • Atlanta Braves
  • Cincinnati Reds
  • Cleveland Guardians
  • Detroit Tigers
  • Kansas City Royals
  • Los Angeles Angels
  • Miami Marlins
  • Milwaukee Brewers
  • Minnesota Twins
  • St. Louis Cardinals
  • Tampa Bay Rays
  • Texas Rangers

Marquee Sports Network


  • Baltimore Orioles
  • Washington Nationals

MLB (run in-house by the organization)

  • Arizona Diamondbacks (Dbacks.TV)
  • Colorado Rockies (Rockies.TV)
  • San Diego Padres (Padres.TV)

NBC Sports Regional

  • Chicago White Sox
  • Oakland Athletics
  • Philadelphia Phillies
  • San Francisco Giants


Spectrum SportsNet LA

SportsNet New York (SNY)

Space City Home Network


  • Pittsburgh Pirates
  • Seattle Mariners (Root Sports)
  • Toronto Blue Jays


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