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How to look at Giant's baseball in 2019 without cable



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Oracle Park in San Francisco is a gem of a ballpark.


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San Francisco Giants play in the most beautiful park in all baseball. I would pay good money to watch a Planet Earth-style documentary of an empty Oracle Park (formerly Pac Bell Park, SBC Park and AT&T Park). The camera slowly bounces over the outdoor field and rises so I can catch a glimpse of McCovey Cove behind the high brick wall in the right field.

The team itself is in the midst of a remodeling, but is expected to stop at the bottom of the National League West this year. But it still has stars like Buster Posey behind the plate and Madison Bumgarner tips rubber every five days.

Giant fans who also happen to be cable television cutter have a number of ways to look at the giants if you are in the Bay Area or an out-of-market follower of the club.


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Power giants live in the Bay Area

In 2019, Giants games will appear on the NBC Sports Bay Area on the San Francisco market. All the major live TV streaming services, starting with Sling TV for just $ 25 a month, offer the NBC Sports Bay Area.

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Sling TV ($ 25)

The NBC Sports Bay Area is part of Sling TV's $ 25-a-month Blue package. (The plan is currently discounted to $ 15 per month for the first three months, which almost gets you to the All-Star break.) You can check if you live in the right market for the NBC Sports Bay Area here. For national broadcasts, Sling TV's Orange plan includes ESPN and ESPN2, and the Blue plan contains Fox and FS1. Both plans offer TBS. The MLB network is available as part of the Sport Extra supplement, which costs $ 5 per month for Sling Orange customers or $ 10 per month for Sling Blue customers.


Watch Sling TV


FuboTV ($ 45)

FuboTV costs $ 45 per month and includes the NBC Sports Bay Area for the local San Francisco market. It also offers Fox, FS1 and TBS for national broadcasts, but not ESPN, ESPN2 or MLB Network. Click here for a list of the regional sports networks that FuboTV carries.


Watch FuboTV


Hulu with Live TV ($ 45)

Hulu with Live TV costs $ 45 per month and includes the NBC Sports Bay Area. Click the Show all channels in your area link on its welcome page to see which local channels are offered in your zip code. For national broadcasts, Hulu offers Live TV ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 and TBS, but not MLB Network.


Watch Hulu with Live TV


YouTube TV ($ 50)

YouTube TV costs $ 50 per month and includes NBC Sports Bay Area. It also includes the channels that carry national baseball broadcasts: ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1, MLB Network and TBS. Connect your zip code to their welcome page to see if the NBC Sports Bay Area is available in your area.


Watch YouTube TV


PlayStation Vue ($ 50)

PlayStation's $ 50-per-month core plan includes the NBC Sports Bay Area. The core plan also includes ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1, MLB Network and TBS for national broadcasts. You can see if the NBC Sports Bay Area is available in your area here.


Watch PlayStation Vue


DirecTV Now ($ 70)

DirecTV Now the Max 70 package is with an NBC Sports Bay Area. It also includes ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 and TBS for national broadcasts, but not MLB Network. You can use its channel search tool to see if the NBC Sports Bay Area is available where you live.


Look at DirecTV Now


All of the live TV streaming services above offer free testing, let you cancel at any time and require a wired internet connection. Looking for more information? Check out our massive streaming service guide .

Outside the Market Giants streaming

If you're a giant fan living outside the Bay Area, you can't look at the giants at the NBC Sport Bay Area. However, you can stream their games live with an MLB.TV subscription.

You have two options:

  • Pay $ 119 per year (or $ 25 per month) to see all out-of-market games live or on demand, and the domestic (home) team with a 90 -minute delay from the end of the game.
  • Pay $ 92 a year to watch a single out-of-market team. In this case, the giants and no one else.

Both MLB.TV plans also contain streams of home and radio stations. The radio broadcasts are not subject to the blackout rules, so you can listen to home games live.

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