By Jim Kimble / Published March 23, 2022
You can watch Detroit Tigers games live without a cable TV or satellite package. Most games are on Bally Sports Detroit.
Apple TV+ will stream two live baseball games on Friday nights during the 2022 MLB season. NBC’s Peacock is expected to stream games in a new Sunday morning time slot.
Live Streaming Detroit Tigers Games
The Detroit Tigers broadcast most of their games on Bally Sports Detroit. The regional sports channel has exclusive rights to in-market Detroit Tigers games.
Bally Sports Detroit is only carried by one streaming service, DIRECTV STREAM.
Where can I watch Bally Sports Detroit?
Bally Sports Detroit is available to pay-TV subscribers in four states.
Michigan, Northeastern Indiana, Northwest Ohio and Northeast Wisconsin are all within the home broadcast area.
Stream Detroit Tigers Games on Roku, Fire TV Stick
Watching live Detroit Tigers games without cable TV is pretty simple. You just need a few things to start streaming MLB games on your TV.
- A streaming service that carries Bally Sports Detroit and the channels that carry national broadcast Detroit Tigers games
- An Internet connection
- A Smart TV or streaming device such as a Roku connected to your TV
You can watch live TV channels through the app of streaming services such as DIRECTV STREAM. Live TV streaming services have apps for Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Google Chromecast with Google TV.
These apps are also available on Smart TVs, iPhones, iPads and Android smartphones. You can watch live TV on a PC through a web browser.
DIRECTV STREAM has every channel needed to watch Detroit Tigers games in 2022.
A subscription costs $89.99 per month for 90+ channels. Bally Sports Detroit, ESPN, MLB Network, FS1, and local channels such as ABC and FOX are included in the Choice lineup.
Subscribers can get three months of HBO Max, Showtime, Cinemax and EPIX for free before the monthly rates kick in. You can watch live TV on up to 20 screens at once.
You can sign up for a free 5-day trial without any obligations. Every plan includes unlimited Cloud DVR and a robust library of on-demand movies and shows.
There are no contracts. There are no additional regional sports fees.You can subscribe month to month and cancel whenever you want.
DIRECTV STREAM works on Roku, Android TV, Fire TV devices, Apple TV and smartphones and tablets. You can look over the different channel lineups before making any decisions.
The MLB also has MLB.tv which live streams all out-of-market games for every team.
Detroit Tigers games are blacked out for fans living in the team’s home broadcast region. The service allows subscribers who live in an out-of-market area to watch Detroit Tigers games.
A subscription to MLB.tv costs $24.99 per month. Amazon Prime members can get a free 7-day trial of MLB.tv through Amazon Channels. The regular rate kicks in once the trial ends.
Detroit Tigers on Apple TV+ and Peacock
Apple TV+ is live streaming national broadcasts of two Friday night games. The service has a free 7-day trial and costs $4.99 per month. Apple TV+ works on most major streaming devices including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast with Google TV.
Smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio, Panasonic and Hisense are also supported.
Peacock works on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku.
The service also has apps for a wide variety of Android TV-enabled Smart TVs, including Sony. Smart TVs by LG, Samsung, Vizio and Hisense are supported as well.
Are Detroit Tigers Games on YouTube TV?
No, YouTube TV does not carry Bally Sports Detroit.
YouTube TV does have channels for nationally televised games. Hulu + Live TV and Sling TV carries channels for nationally televised Detroit Tigers games as well.
What channel is the Detroit Tigers game on tonight?
Detroit Tigers games are typically on Bally Sports Detroit. The schedule below breaks down what channel or streaming service has national broadcast games for the 2022 MLB season.
|Day||MLB National Broadcast|
|Sunday night||ABC, ESPN, ESPN2|
|Monday night||ESPN or FS1|
|Wednesday Night||ESPN, FS1, MLB Network|
|Thursday Night||ESPN, FOX and MLB Network|
|Friday Night||Apple TV+|
|Saturday Night||FOX, FS1|
Founder and Editor of The Cord Cutting Report. Before launching the site in 2016, he worked for more than two decades as a staff writer or correspondent for a number of daily newspapers, including The Boston Globe. His enthusiasm for tech began with the Atari 2600. Follow @james_kimble