Cardinals Baseball on FOX Sports Midwest
FOX Sports Midwest is in its 25th year as the Cardinals television partner and its eighth as the exclusive television home of Cardinals baseball. FOX Sports Midwest will televise approximately 150 regular season games along with 15 spring training games in 2018. The remaining regular season games will be carried as part of Major League Baseball's national TV packages with FOX, FS1 and ESPN. The spring training and regular season broadcast schedule can be found here. Note: The FOX Sports Midwest regular season broadcast schedule will be announced in March.
FOX Sports Midwest also airs the Cardinals Live pregame and postgame shows before and after each of its telecasts along with Cardinals Insider, a weekly 30 - minute show produced by the Cardinals.
FOX Sports Midwest's Cardinals telecasts are available in most of Missouri, central and southern Illinois, most of Iowa, southwest Indiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and parts of Kentucky, Mississippi and Tennessee (see detail below). For more information e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cardinals In-Market Streaming on FOX Sports GO
If you are a customer of a participating pay-TV provider, you can stream FOX Sports Midwest's Cardinals telecasts on FOX Sports GO. More Info »
Cardinals on FOX Sports Indiana
Cardinals telecasts air on FOX Sports Indiana in southwest Indiana. If the Cardinals and Indiana Pacers play at the same time on FOX Sports Indiana both games will be shown in southwest Indiana, with one game appearing on the primary FOX Sports Indiana channel and the other game on an alternate channel that is sometimes labeled FOX Sports Plus.
Cardinals on FOX Sports Tennessee/South and FOX Sports Southeast
FOX Sports Southeast and FOX Sports South/FOX Sports Tennessee will carry most regular season and exhibition Cardinals telecasts in parts of Tennessee, Kentucky and Mississippi. The remaining games are available on an alternate channel on some cable systems. Some games are not available in some areas. The FOX Sports Tennessee/South and FOX Sports Southeast schedule will be announced in March.
Cardinals on Dish Network in Western Kentucky
Cardinals games are available in western Kentucky via FOX Sports South and its alternate channel. We encourage you to contact Dish Network to request that FOX Sports South be added to Dish Network's America's Top 120 Plus lineup in Western Kentucky.
Cardinals FOX Sports Midwest Telecasts in Arkansas and Oklahoma
In Arkansas and Oklahoma, FOX Sports Midwest Cardinals telecasts are available and shown on an alternate cable channel, sometimes labeled FOX Sports Plus - rather than the primary channel designated for FOX Sports Southwest/FOX Sports Oklahoma. AT&T U-Verse subscribers in Arkansas and Oklahoma can receive Cardinals games (on channels 748 and 1748) by subscribing to the HD Premium tier. DirecTVsubscribers in Arkansas and Oklahoma can receive Cardinals games (on channel 671) by subscribing to the SportsPack. Dish Network customers in Arkansas and Oklahoma can receive Cardinals games (on channel 418 or 412-08) by subscribing to the Multi-Sport package. The Fox Sports Plus schedule for Arkansas and Oklahoma will be announced in March.
Cardinals on DirecTV, Dish Network and AT&T U-VERSE
Cardinals games are available within the Cardinals TV territory on satellite and telco providers including DirecTV (channel 671), Dish Network (channel 418 or 412-08) and AT&T U-Verse (channel 748 and 1748). In some areas within the Cardinals TV territory, subscribing to an additional package (SportsPack on DirecTV; Multi-Sport package on Dish) may be needed to receive FOX Sports Midwest. Check with your provider or e-mail email@example.com for more information.
Watching the Cardinals outside of Cardinals TV Territory
Major League Baseball designates geographic territories to which each team can show its regionally-televised games. The areas listed above are within the Cardinals TV territory. Cardinals fans outside of the Cardinals TV territory may wish to view games via the MLB Extra Innings out-of-market package or via MLB.TV. MLB.TV blackout information »