How to Stream Chicago Cubs Games on Marquee Sports Network on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, & Mobile
Starting February 22nd, the Chicago Cubs have a new home for their Spring Training and Regular Season telecasts. Previously, the games would air on NBC Sports Chicago and WGN, but starting with the 2020 season, 145 regular and 28 spring training games will air exclusively on Marquee Sports Network. The first Spring Training telecast will be the Chicago Cubs vs. Oakland Athletics on February 22nd at 7:10pm CT.
Stream Cubs on Marquee Sports Network
- When: Starting February 22nd at 7:10pm CT
- Stream: Hulu Live TV, AT&T TV NOW
At $54.99 a month, Hulu Live TV is the cheapest option to stream local Cubs games if you don’t have cable or satellite. While it is also available on AT&T TV NOW, it is only part of their more expensive $80 a month Plus Plan. Hulu Live TV also includes FOX, ESPN, TBS, and FOX Sports 1 meaning you will get all nationally televised Cubs games as well.
In addition, Cubs fans will have access to expanded pregame and postgame coverage, classic broadcasts from the archives and other programming on the network. Though 12 games are reserved for national broadcasts, Marquee will be the exclusive local TV home this season, since the Cubs parted ways with NBC Sports Chicago.
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