Summer is synonymous with baseball, and as the weather starts to heat up, there’s no better time to subscribe to MLB.TV, which you can take advantage of with a seven-day risk-free trial.
Starting today, MLB’s streaming service has a new low price — $119.99 for a yearly subscription, which enables you to stream every out-of-market game, live or on demand, on your favorite supported devices, and $104.99 for a single-team subscription.
If you haven’t subscribed yet, this is the perfect time to dive in, as June is shaping up to be a pivotal month for many teams around the Majors. Entering the final day of May, 27 of the 30 MLB teams — including every NL club — were within five games of a playoff spot.
We’ll also be watching closely as Mets slugger Pete Alonso tries to keep pace in the chase for 60 home runs and Braves superstar outfielder Ronald Acuña Jr. looks to stay on course toward a potentially historic campaign.
Yearly and single-team MLB.TV subscribers can watch MLB Big Inning, bringing fans all the best action from around the Majors via live look-ins and highlights seven days a week, so you never have to miss a big moment.
MLB.TV subscriptions also include local pregame and postgame coverage for select teams and archives of the 2022 and ’21 seasons, and subscribers who are authenticated through their TV service providers will be able to watch every game of the 2023 World Series and the All-Star Game as well.
And don’t forget about the MLB.TV content library, which is packed with new episodes of original shows like “Baseball Zen” and “Carded,” new shows like “Inside Stitch,” baseball documentaries and more.