Watch LIVE: Brewers vs. Reds FREE on YouTube 

May 11th, 2022

The MLB Game of the Week Live on YouTube is streamed live, free, to fans around the world in 182 countries.

The Brewers are taking on the Reds Wednesday in Cincinnati right now. For the Brewers, Adrian Houser took the mound looking to regain his strong form against a Reds lineup that knocked him around in his last start. Houser saw his ERA rise from 2.53 to 3.42 when the Reds scored 5 runs (4 earned) in 5 innings against him.

For the Reds, starter Vladimir Gutierrez got the ball. Gutierrez has not completed five innings in any of his five starts, and after a seven-run barrage by the Brewers last time out, his ERA sat at 8.86 entering today.

Fans will be able to access each broadcast for free from anywhere they can watch YouTube, including the free YouTube app on smart TVs, simply by tuning into MLB’s YouTube channel, or for YouTube TV members, on a dedicated channel via the app. Fans do not need a YouTube account to watch the games. Also back for 2022 is the “YouTube Player of the Game," in which fans watching on mobile devices and computers can vote for the standout player, who will receive a trophy during the postgame show.

HOW TO WATCH

  • Visit MLB’s YouTube channel OR
  • Subscribe to YouTube TV OR
  • Search “MLB” in the YouTube app -- available on Google Play, Apple and Android devices

MLB Network's Emmy Award-winning production team will produce all 15 broadcasts this season, with play-by-play broadcaster Scott Braun and former MLB All-Star Yonder Alonso calling the games. Additionally, the MLB Game of the Week Live on YouTube Pregame Show will be hosted by MLB Network host and reporter Siera Santos and begins 30 minutes before each game’s scheduled start time and airs live on YouTube.

Several only-on-YouTube features will also be part of the broadcast productions this season, including live chat featuring game commentary from MLB superfan YouTube creators and in-game polls that keep fans engaged and connected with the announcers throughout the game. Fans watching on YouTube TV with a membership will also have the ability to re-watch key plays tied to the exact moment they are watching and check out real-time stats from the game.