It's never been easier to watch your favorite organization -- from the Major League team all the way down to Single-A.
With the announcement that MLB.TV subscribers will have access to Minor League games included in their package, here's everything you need to know about how this will work.
How can I watch Minor League games on MLB.TV?
After subscribing to MLB.TV and launching the MLB app on your device, you must select a favorite team. Then, the Minor League games affiliated with that team will be available on the app's home screen.
How can I watch Minor League games from all 30 organizations?
To watch Minor League games from organizations other than the one you've selected as your favorite, follow these steps:
Click here for more information about MiLB.TV, the MiLB First Pitch app and supported devices.
Will other select Minor League games continue to be made available on MLB.TV and MLB.com?
Over 100 games featuring some of baseball's top prospects were streamed in 2022 and the slate is primed to get bigger and better in 2023. Catch players on the doorstep of the Majors like Orioles righty Grayson Rodriguez and Yankees shortstop Anthony Volpe before they hit The Show.
These games will be accessible through your MLB.TV subscription or the MLB Pipeline homepage.
Will all games from all affiliates be available to stream?
Almost. We're not too far off from home games of all 120 full-season affiliates becoming available.
Until then, here's which games were available as of last season:
- Home games for all 30 Triple-A and Double-A teams
- Home games for 22 of 30 High-A teams
- Home games for 19 of 30 Single-A teams
More clubs are expected to be added to the mix ahead of Opening Day, with specific teams to be announced soon.