With the late-start to the baseball season due to COVID-19, MLB Network came a little later than expected after fuboTV announced the addition in March. However, with the regular season starting on Thursday, MLB Network and MLB Network Strike Zone are now available to stream on fuboTV.
MLB Network, which is primarily owned by Major League Baseball, brings more than 150 live games, daily news, highlights, and original programming like MLB Tonight and Hot Stove, as well as classic games and documentaries.
MLB Network Strike Zone is a commercial-free “NFL RedZone” style whip-around channel that includes up-to-the-minute highlights, live look-ins and updates, all commercial-free. The channel is available on Tuesday and Friday nights when live games air on MLB Network.
|AT&T TV||fuboTV||Hulu||Philo||Sling TV||YouTube|
|Sign Up||Free Trial||Free Trial||Free Trial||Sign Up||Sign Up|
|69,99 $US||64,99 $US||64,99 $US||20 $US||35 $US||35 $US||64,99 $US|
|MLB Network||≥ 84,99 $US||^ 11 $US||-||-||^ 11 $US||^ 11 $US||•|
|NBA TV||≥ 84,99 $US||^ 11 $US||-||-||^ 11 $US||^ 11 $US||•|
|NFL RedZone||-||^ 11 $US||-||-||-||^ 11 $US||^ 11 $US|
|NHL Network||≥ 94,99 $US||^ 11 $US||-||-||^ 11 $US||^ 11 $US||-|
This isn’t the only change coming this summer. fuboTV recently announced that Disney-owned channels including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, ACC Network, and SEC Network would be coming on August 1st. At the same time, the company dropped Turner-owned networks like TBS and TNT, as well as announced a $5 price hike starting August 1st.