MLB Network “officially” came to fuboTV earlier this year, it didn’t go live because, well…. there’s no baseball. But now that baseball is returning, the channel is finally making its way to the streaming service.
Back in March, fuboTV reached an agreement to bring both MLB Network and NHL Network to their lineup as part of the $11 a month “Sports Plus” tier and their $6 a month “Sports Extra” add-ons. NHL Network was added almost immediately, but the baseball-centric network was delayed until this week – just a few days before opening day.
MLB Network will air 150 live games, plus daily news, highlights, and other original programs like MLB Tonight and Hot Stove. Classic games and documentaries will also be a part of their content.
If you’re not familiar with fuboTV, it’s one of the best streaming services for sports fans. Starting at $54.99 a month, it’s home to a variety of sports like baseball, basketball, football, hockey, NASCAR and more. It also has more hard to find sports and international leagues like Premier League, La Liga, Bundesliga, and Ligue 1. In addition, they recently added the ESPN family of networks.