Baseball fans can catch exclusive pregame shows on Twitter before the start of five MLB postseason games this October. The preview shows will air two hours before the scheduled start of the five games, and will feature playoff highlights, matchup breakdowns, and analysis.
Playoff pregame shows can be watched via MLB’s Twitter account (@MLB) or Twitter’s livestream URL. Coverage begins Friday, Oct. 5 with a preview show of National League Division Series Game 2 (COL/CHC vs. MIL) at 2:15 p.m. ET. A preview show for Game 3 of the NLDS airs Sunday, Oct. 7 at 2:37 p.m. ET. The remaining preview shows will stream before Game 4 of the American League Championship Series (Oct. 17), Game 2 of the World Series (Oct. 24), and Game 4 of the World Series (Oct. 27).
Select postseason games can be live-streamed via MLB.TV, starting with Wednesday’s AL Wild Card matchup between the Athletics and Yankees at 8:00 p.m. ET (also available on TBS). Tuesday night’s NL Wild Card game between the Rockies and Cubs is not available with an MLB.TV subscription but can seen on ESPN with the first pitch scheduled for 8:00 p.m. ET.
The NLDS will broadcast on Fox Sports 1, with the first six games also airing on MLB Network. The NLCS will air on both FOX and FS1. The ALDS and ALCS will broadcast exclusively on TBS, while the World Series will air on FOX.
There are a number of streaming providers available that give fans MLB postseason access without a cable subscription. For $40 per month, YouTube TV streams TBS, FS1, FOX, and dozens of other channels. Sling TV also offers a variety of streaming packages starting at $25 per month.