MLB Postseason Starts Tonight. Here’s How to Stream Every Game Live.

The MLB Postseason starts tonight and it’s simple to watch the games if you’re a cord-cutter. There are now 6 services that offer MLB Playoff games, most of which you can try for free with a 7-Day Free Trial.

You can get every game on TBS, FOX, FS1, MLB Network, and ESPN by subscribing to PlayStation Vue, DIRECTV NOW, or YouTube TV.

fuboTV, Hulu Live TV, and Sling Blue will give you access to every AL Game, all but three NL Games, and the World Series.

If you are a MLB.TV subscriber, you can authenticate with your cable or streaming credentials to watch some games directly from MLB.com or the MLB.App.

fuboTV Hulu PS Vue Sling TV AT&T NOW YouTube
Free Trial Sign Up Free Trial Free Trial Free Trial Free Trial
$55 $45 $50–$85 $25 $25 $50–$70 $50
TBS
Fox -
Fox Sports 1 -
MLB Network - - ≥ $55 ^ $10 ^ $10 -
ESPN - -
American League

The entire American League Postseason will air on TBS starting with the AL Wild Card Game straight through the ALCS.

  • TBS: Televising AL Wild Card Game, ALDS, & ALCS
National League

Most National League Postseason games will air on FS1 or FOX. The NL Wild Card Game will air on ESPN and two NLDS games (one from each series) will air on MLB Network

  • ESPN: Televising NL Wild Card Game
  • MLB Network: Televising 2 NLDS Games
  • FS1 & FOX: Televising most NLDS and all of NLCS
World Series

The entire World Series will air nationally on FOX. You can either access it directly from your streaming service or authenticating with the Fox Sports Go App with your streaming credentials.

2018 MLB Postseason TV Schedule

TBD