College students get MLB.TV free for rest of season

August 29th, 2022

Between books, food, supplies and myriad other expenses, budgeting can be tough when you’re a college student. Thanks to the MLB.TV Back to School promotion presented by Cue Health, baseball is covered.

Starting today, MLB.TV is free for college students who authenticate with, which means you get free access through the end of the 2022 regular season to watch every out-of-market game live or on demand on your favorite supported devices at a time when playoff races are reaching a fever pitch.

With the addition of a third Wild Card spot in each league this year, a number of teams on the outside looking in are still just a hot month away from reaching the postseason.

This year’s most intriguing division races include the battle between the Mets and Braves for the National League East title and the three-team race for the American League Central crown involving the Guardians, Twins and White Sox.

The AL Wild Card race is also a doozy, with hardly any separation between the current top three teams -- the Rays, Blue Jays and Mariners -- and the upstart Orioles still firmly in the mix along with Minnesota and Chicago. And don’t forget about the NL Wild Card race. While the second-place NL East club is all but guaranteed to grab one of the league’s three Wild Card spots, the Phillies, Padres and Brewers are in a close race for the final two spots, and the Giants aren’t out of it, either.

Aaron Judge’s pursuit of 60-plus homers, Paul Goldschmidt’s bid for the NL Triple Crown and Justin Verlander’s attempt to win an ERA title at the age of 39 are just a few of the individual achievements that you’ll want to track down the stretch.

In addition to the exciting slate of games available each day, MLB.TV subscribers can watch MLB Big Inning, bringing fans all the best action from around the Majors via live look-ins and highlights seven days a week, so you never have to miss a big moment.

Plus, there’s a wide range of on-demand content in our ever-expanding library, including documentaries, classic programs, original shows like MLB’s Carded and Baseball Zen, and more.