Your Guide To Professional Baseball on AirTV (OTA) and Sling (OTT)
Spring is the air and it’s the AirTV Blog Team’s favorite time of year! It also means baseball season is finally here! Can’t make it to the ballpark for opening day or key games? See below for our helpful tips on how to catch some of your favorite MLB team’s games on AirTV and Sling.
Fox carries many baseball games on Saturday afternoons and evenings. Visit here for a schedule of those nationally televised games.
Lucky Cities List (Free Local TV)
- New York – New York City AirTV customers can access dozens of Yankees and Met games completely free on WPIX in New York. For a schedule of Yankees games on WPIX, go here. For Mets games on WPIX, go here.
- Los Angeles – KTLA will carry at least 10 Dodgers games this year, and in the past has added more games to the slate during the season.
- Chicago – WGN plans on showing 49 Chicago Cubs Baseball games. Visit here for a PDF schedule available for download. WGN will also air 55 White Sox games this season, with a schedule available here.
Major League Baseball will have a series of national broadcasts that can be found here and are sortable by team. The Sling Orange & Blue bundle is perfect for accessing all the games appearing on ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, and FS1. You can add the MLB network at only $5 per month for even more coverage.
Most national broadcasts appear on ESPN, so the Sling Orange package, currently on promotion at $15 per month for 3 months, can meet your craving!