Watch games LIVE: MLB.TV is free for Mother's Day

May 12th, 2024

MLB.TV is celebrating mom with a Mother’s Day Free Preview. Through Sunday, you can watch every game for free on MLB.TV (excluding Sunday's game airing on ESPN). No credit card required. All you need is an account.

MLB.TV allows you to stream every out-of-market game on supported devices, live or on demand, all season long. MLB.TV subscribers also gain access to select pregame and postgame shows as well as MLB’s gigantic on-demand content library and MLB Big Inning, which provides live look-ins, highlights and all of the best action from around the league every day.

But most of all, MLB.TV brings you baseball action every night. Here are some of the best matchups you can enjoy during MLB.TV’s Mother’s Day Free Preview:

Yankees at Rays: Six weeks into his Yankees career, Juan Soto looks like a player on a mission to win his first MVP Award. He is leading a top-10 offense in the Bronx. The Yankees took two of three games against the Rays in New York last month and then Friday night's opener in St. Petersburg in this AL East showdown before the Rays evened the series Saturday.

D-backs at Orioles: This matchup features two of the most entertaining young players in baseball and the 2023 Rookies of the Year: Arizona’s Corbin Carroll and Baltimore’s Gunnar Henderson. The D-backs are the reigning National League champions, while the O’s won the AL East last year for the first time since 2014, so both clubs have big aspirations this season. Baltimore took the first two games of the series, including a walk-off win on Saturday.

Twins at Blue Jays: Minnesota soared up the standings after running up 12 consecutive victories, a streak that finally ended last weekend. The Twins took Friday's opener in Canada before the Blue Jays responded with an incredible comeback win.

Braves at Mets: There is always a lot of energy in the ballpark when these two longtime NL East foes meet, and Citi Field was rocking on Friday night. Braves sluggers Ronald Acuña Jr. and Matt Olson both homered as Atlanta took the opener before coming within an out of a no-hitter on Saturday.

Dodgers at Padres: The Padres’ acquisition of two-time batting champion Luis Arraez was immediately felt. After a taut pitching duel on Friday night, Arraez hit the walk-off knock in the bottom of the ninth to end an immediate NL West classic. But it was Teoscar Hernández who played the hero with a grand slam in a Dodger win on Saturday.