MLB.TV is the official streaming service of Major League Baseball. You can see every out-of-market game live or on demand, and choose home or away TV and radio feeds. The app allows fans to watch up to four games simultaneously on the same screen through their Multi-view feature.
Users can choose to follow the entire league for “All Teams” ($129.99) plan, which is also available for $24.99 a month, or you can stream one team’s out-of-market games for “Single Team” ($109.99).
One major caveat about the service: Your local games may be blacked out through MLB.TV, so you may still need to watch through your local provider.
If you’d like to go beyond the games, MLB.TV provides features, documentaries, and classic games.
We tested MLB.TV and other subscription streaming services for more than 100 hours. MLB.TV is compatible with Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Google Chromecast, Roku, Android TV, iPhone/iPad, Android Phone/Tablet, Mac, Windows, PlayStation, Xbox, LG Smart TV, Samsung Smart TV, Sony Smart TV and VIZIO Smart TV.
The service is packed with content to keep baseball fans entertained. The series “Cathedrals of the Game” highlights some of the game’s most iconic ballparks. “Hall of Fame Roundtable” provides interviews with the newest inductees from 2015 forward. “Epic Innings” highlights some of the most important moments from the most important games.
The service is packed with lots of features, documentaries, and interviews to keep any baseball fan entertained, even in the offseason.
Obviously, the main draw of the service is access to live MLB games around the country. Fans have access to condensed games as well.
Fans can also watch throwback All-Star Games and Home Run Derbies, along with old episodes of “This Week in Baseball” dating back to the 1970s.
Subscribers can access several documentaries and World Series Films. Some of those available include “Set Apart: The Jim Abbott Story” (2018), “Forever Brothers: The ’71 Pittsburgh Pirates Story” (2016), “Iron: The Legacy of Cal Ripken Jr.”, and the 1996 NY Yankees documentary, “Pinstripe Destiny.”
MLB.TV is compatible with these devices:
- Amazon Fire TV
- Apple TV
- Google Chromecast (Google Cast)
- Android TV
- Android Phone/Tablet
- LG Smart TV (AirPlay)
- Samsung Smart TV
- Sony Smart TV
- VIZIO Smart TV (AirPlay/Google Cast)
MLB.TV is not compatible with Nintendo devices.
Phone & Tablet Apps
Users can access live game stats, scores from around the league, and player data.
If you have a supported iPad, you can use pitch-by-pitch tracking to see the location, type and speed of every pitch.
On Apple TV 4, users can see a quick rundown of key plays before joining games in progress. Watch a 90-second recap of the key game plays prior to joining live.
Most video streams are in 1080p HD.
Most video streams in 60 FPS.
Content has stereo audio.