MLB.TV is back! Stream games this afternoon

February 26th, 2023

With the Spring Training slate getting underway this weekend, Major League Baseball is back on the schedule, and you can follow the action on MLB.TV.

In addition to every out-of-market regular-season game, MLB's streaming service gives subscribers the ability to watch select Spring Training games, live online or on their favorite supported devices.

MLB.TV also has a host of new features for the 2023 campaign, including access to more than 7,000 streamed Minor League Baseball games, app upgrades and more video on demand, plus a wide variety of original programs, documentaries and classic games in the ever expanding MLB.TV content library.

Here are the games to check out on MLB.TV today as the weekend wraps up.

The Dodgers' lineup will have a different look to it this season after several fixtures left as free agents. That includes Cody Bellinger, the Cubs' new starting center fielder and one of a number of notable players Chicago signed. Bellinger's former and current teams will face off Sunday at 3:05 p.m. ET.

The Braves, who lost shortstop Dansby Swanson to the Cubs in free agency and will try to find out this spring if youngster Vaughn Grissom can replace him, are also playing Sunday against the Yankees (split squad) at 1:05 p.m. ET. The Yanks also have a split-squad matchup against the Blue Jays at 1:07 p.m. ET.

The Rangers and Guardians will go toe to toe at 3:05 p.m. ET. Texas is one of this year’s most intriguing teams after the club overhauled its rotation in the offseason, adding Jacob deGrom, Nathan Eovaldi, Andrew Heaney and Jake Odorizzi, in addition to re-signing Martín Pérez. That came one year after a free-agent spending spree that saw the Rangers sign Corey Seager, Marcus Semien and Jon Gray. Texas is eyeing its first postseason appearance since 2016. As for the Guardians, they won the AL Central last season with a roster led by All-Star third baseman José Ramírez and a collection of talented youngsters such as Andrés Giménez and Steven Kwan.

Astros-Nationals, Rays-Red Sox, Twins-Phillies, Cardinals-Marlins, D-backs-Padres and White Sox-Angels round out Sunday’s slate of games available on MLB.TV.