How to stream 2023 MLB Opening Day games from home

Major League Baseball 2023’s Opening Day is on March 30. All 30 teams are scheduled to play, which means it will be the first time in MLB history that all teams are present on MLB Opening day.

There’s plenty of time to grab a ticket to watch the Opening Day of the 2023 World Series in person, but if you choose to stay away from the crowds, there are plenty of options to watch live games from home through to the playoffs. Some of your favorite streaming services, like Hulu, will offer the regular season games through add-on channels, but dedicated services may offer a better deal. However, some services like Apple TV won’t stream the Opening Day games.

What teams are playing today?

Atlanta Braves face off against the Washington Nationals, while the San Francisco Giants face off against the New York Yankees. Both games start at 1:05 p.m. ET. The day’s final match will be Cleveland Guardians vs. Seattle Mariners at 10:10 p.m. ET.

Here’s the schedule:

  • Atlanta Braves at Washington Nationals: 1:05 p.m.
  • San Francisco Giants at New York Yankees: 1:05 p.m.
  • Baltimore Orioles at Boston Red Sox: 2:10 p.m.
  • Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago Cubs: 2:20 p.m.
  • Detroit Tigers at Tampa Bay Rays: 3:10 p.m.
  • Philadelphia Phillies at Texas Rangers: 4:05 p.m.
  • Pittsburgh Pirates at Cincinnati Reds: 4:10 p.m.
  • Colorado Rockies at San Diego Padres: 4:10 p.m.
  • Toronto Blue Jays at St. Louis Cardinals: 4:10 p.m.
  • Minnesota Twins at Kansas City Royals: 4:10 p.m.
  • New York Mets at Miami Marlins: 4:10 p.m.
  • Chicago White Sox at Houston Astros: 7:08 p.m.
  • Los Angeles Angels at Oakland Athletics: 10:07 p.m.
  • Arizona Diamondbacks at Los Angeles Dodgers: 10:10 p.m.
  • Cleveland Guardians at Seattle Mariners: 10:10 p.m.
  • How can I stream MLB Opening Day Games?

    For livestreaming, your best bet is MLB.TV if you’re looking to watch games outside your local area. If you want access to all the channels streaming MLB games, fuboTV or YouTube TV is a better bet. Most streaming platforms have free trials, so you can give each of them a test drive before you commit.


  • Seven-day free trial
  • $69.99 per month
  • fuboTV is a dedicated live sports service with 10 RSNs (regional sports networks). The $69.99 per month plan offers 4K streaming and includes ESPN, FOX, and FS1. If you want to add the MLB Network to your package, expect to pay an extra $8 a month. You can check out the RSNs in your area on the fuboTV help page.


  • Seven-day free trial
  • Starts at $24.99 per month
  • Team and season packages are available
  • MLB.TV has a great range of pricing options, so you can save money if you only watch one team. Out-of-market games are available to stream live or on-demand, but there’s a 90-minute post-game delay if you want to watch your home team (in-market) due to content blackouts.

    T-Mobile subscribers can get a free MLB.TV subscription through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app this week. MLB.TV is also available through Amazon Prime Video, which can be added for the same $24.99 per month price.

    YouTube TV

  • 14-day free trial
  • $64.99 per month
  • At $64.99 a month, YouTube TV is a solid yet expensive choice for baseball fans. The package includes five RSNs and all five national broadcast channels.

    Sling TV

  • Three-day free trial
  • Starts at $35 per month
  • While Sling TV is an excellent choice for cord-cutters, it can be confusing for MLB fans. The Sling Orange package costs $35 a month and includes ESPN and TBS, with ABC via simulcast on ESPN3. If you want to add FS1 and local Fox channels, you’ll shell out $50 a month for the Blue and Orange plans.

    DirecTV Stream

  • Seven-day free trial
  • $74.99 per month
  • DirecTV offers some nifty features like unlimited DVR storage, but it is one of the most expensive options on our list. If you’re willing to spend $70 a month, DirecTV’s Entertainment package includes ESPN, FOX, FS1, and TBS. The Choice plan comes in at $90 and includes the MLB Network and any available RSN. You can check the channels in your area on this page.

    Hulu + Live TV

  • Seven-day free trial
  • $69.99 per month
  • Hulu + Live TV is an upgrade to the standard Hulu subscription. Its package includes ESPN FOX, FS1, and TBS, but the MLB Network and out-of-market games are unavailable. Hulu lists its local networks and RSNs at the bottom of its Welcome page.


  • No free trial
  • $9.99 per month, $99.99 per year
  • Previously a cheaper option, ESPN+ now ranks as one of the most expensive options on our list. ESPN+ shows a game a day during the MLB season. Like MLB.TV, ESPN+ local games are subject to blackouts and are shown on MLB.TV and other networks.

    Stream MLB’s Opening Day with ease

    There are plenty of options to stream MLB Opening Day, but you’ll want to ensure you have the right hardware first. Check out our roundup of the best streaming devices so that you can stream easily.

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