Find Today’s Yankees Game Live: TV Channels & Streaming

Published on: March 3, 2024

Fans can watch New York Yankees games live in 2024 without a cable TV or satellite package, with several streaming options available. 

If you’re trying to figure out where to watch a Yankees game today, a full schedule is listed below. Check out the day-by-day breakdown of which channels feature games on specific days. 

Whether it’s through DIRECTV STREAM, for out-of-market games, Apple TV+, Peacock, or ESPN+, you’ll find all the information you need right here.

To view home games, a subscription to a service with YES Network or the YES app is necessary. Regular season games nationally air on FOX, ESPN, FS1, TBS, and MLB Network. ABC broadcasts select post-season games.

How to Watch New York Yankees Games Live

YES Network, the exclusive broadcaster for in-market Yankees games, is accessible through DIRECTV STREAM or the YES app. 

DIRECTV STREAM offers a 5-day free trial. Fans residing in YES Network’s broadcast region, covering New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and parts of Pennsylvania, can catch every home game on YES Network.

A cheaper option is a direct subscription to the YES app. The YES app subscription costs $24.99 per month, or $239.99 per year. The YES app gives fans access to all live games from the New York Yankees, Brooklyn Nets and New York Liberty.

On Fridays, Apple TV+ streams two live baseball games, and Peacock offers exclusive Sunday morning games. These platforms support viewing on various streaming devices and Smart TVs. 

For national games without a subscription, a TV antenna is a cost-effective option for any games on ABC or FOX.

How to Stream New York Yankees Games

Streaming Yankees games without cable involves a few simple steps:

  1. Choose a streaming service with YES Network and national broadcasters.
  2. Use a Smart TV or streaming device like Roku.
  3. Access live channels via service apps available on Roku, Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, and Chromecast with Google TV. These apps work on Smart TVs, iOS and Android devices, and can be used on PCs and game consoles like Xbox and PlayStation.

DIRECTV STREAM: Watch YES Network & Every Channels for Yankees Live

DIRECTV STREAM stands out as the sole streaming service offering YES Network and essential MLB channels for national broadcasts, including TNT, ESPN, TBS and MLB Network.

The Choice package offers a comprehensive way to catch live New York Yankees games at home along with any national broadcasts on cable and broadcast networks.  

A subscription is $108.99 per month for 105 channels. It includes local channels like NBC and CBS with a variety of regional sports networks.

Subscribers can get a promotional offer of three months free of Max, Showtime, Cinemax, and MGM+, after which standard rates apply. 

You can watch on unlimited screens simultaneously in your home. All plans have unlimited Cloud DVR storage. New customers can sign up for a 5-day free trial with no commitment to any plan.

The ULTIMATE plan has over 140 channels at $119.99 per month. This plan adds NFL Network, NHL Network, and NBA TV, and channels like Disney XD and Magnolia Network for family entertainment.  

The PREMIER plan adds premier movie networks to the channel lineup for $164.99 per month, including MAX, Cinemax, and Showtime. It’s a comprehensive package for sports fans who want premium networks such as Max in a single package.

DIRECTV STREAM is compatible with a wide range of devices including Roku, Android TV, Apple TV, and more, offering a seamless viewing experience across different platforms.

Device support: Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Chromecast with Google TV along with Smart TVs by Samsung, Sony Bravia Your Gateway to Out-of-Market Yankees Games

For fans outside the Yankees’ broadcast area, is a valuable service for following all regular season games, with a monthly subscription of $29.99. Amazon Prime Video members can enjoy a 7-day free trial.

Apple TV+ Streaming MLB Games on Fridays

Apple TV+ brings Friday night baseball action into your living room for the 2024 season. The streaming service also has a number of hit originals such as “Ted Lasso,” “Severance,” and hit movies such as “Killers of the Flower Moon.”

A subscription costs $9.99 per month after a free 7-day trial.

Apple TV+ works on most major streaming devices, including Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast with Google TV. Smart TVs from Samsung, LG, Sony, Vizio, Panasonic and Hisense are also supported.

Peacock: Stream Yankees Games on Sundays

Similarly, Peacock’s Premium plan offers exclusive Sunday morning games at $5.99 per month, both services supporting a broad range of streaming devices.

Peacock serves as a Hulu-like service for NBC shows, and news programs from MSNBC. There are hit movies such as “Oppenheimer” and Peacock originals, including “Poker Face,” “Wolf Like Me,” and “The Capture.” Peacock Premium Plus subscribers can get a local NBC live stream for $11.99 per month. 

Peacock works on Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Roku. The service 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.

ESPN+: Daily MLB Game Streaming

ESPN+ streams daily MLB games, subject to local blackout rules, for $10.99 per month, with bundle options available with Hulu and Disney+. This is an affordable option for Yankees fans who live out-of-market, and want to catch some national broadcast games without paying for a more expensive cable to streaming plan with cable networks. 

Subscribers can also stream UFC Fight Nights. Soccer fans can stream live matches from leagues such as the English Championship, Serie A, FA Cup, and MLS.

College sports on ESPN+, includes live broadcasts of football, basketball, baseball, and soccer. Top Rank Boxing events are occasionally featured as well.

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For hockey fans, ESPN+ offers a robust lineup of out-of-market NHL games, including over 1,050 games during the 2023-24 season.  

Free Yankees Games with a TV Antenna

For cost-effective fans, a TV antenna can unlock access to Yankees games broadcast on ABC and FOX, offering a traditional yet effective means of enjoying baseball.

These guides can help you maximize your antenna for the best possible reception and access to Yankees games.

Frequently Asked Questions: Watching New York Yankees Games

These FAQs address common inquiries about streaming New York Yankees games without a traditional pay TV subscription.

How Can I Watch the New York Yankees Game Today?

For live Yankees games at home without a cable subscription, the YES app and DIRECTV STREAM are your two options.  

DIRECTV STREAM’s Choice plan has YES Network, local RSNs, ESPN, FOX, FS1, and TBS among its 105 channels. It comes with a 5-day free trial and offers month-to-month plans. 

A YES app subscription gives in-market subscribers live access to Yankees games on YES Network.

Other services like Hulu Live TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV focus on national broadcasts on channels like ESPN and FOX. Apple TV+, ESPN+, and Peacock stream MLB games that are part of the national broadcast lineup.

Can I Watch the New York Yankees on YouTube TV?

While YouTube TV lacks YES Network, it provides access to local FOX stations, FS1, ESPN, and TBS for nationally televised games. The service is priced at $72.99 per month, including unlimited Cloud DVR and a 7-day free trial.

Are the New York Yankees on Fubo?

Fubo (formerly fuboTV) does not offer YES Network, but its Pro plan features 189 live TV channels, covering a wide range of sports networks including ESPN Networks and FS1.

Can I Watch the New York Yankees on Hulu? 

Hulu Live TV carries ESPN, FS1, and TBS, along with local FOX channels for national game broadcasts. However, it does not include YES Network for home games. The plan costs $76.99 per month and comes with unlimited Cloud DVR.

Are New York Yankees Games on Bally Sports Plus? 

No. Bally Sports+ does not have streaming rights for Yankees games. It offers content from other MLB teams such as the Detroit Tigers and Kansas City Royals. The service is priced at $19.99 per month or $189.99 annually, following a 7-day free trial.

How Can I Watch Yankees Games Without YES Network? 

Without YES Network, Yankees games are still viewable on ESPN, FS1, FOX, and TBS. Apple TV+ and Peacock also stream games that are part of the national broadcast schedule.

Can I Watch the Yankees Games on Sling TV? 

Sling TV subscribers can watch Yankees games on ESPN and TBS through the Sling Orange plan, and FS1 through the Sling Blue plan. Note, Sling TV does not offer regional sports networks.

For local broadcasts, Yankees games on FOX are available in select markets, including New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago among others.

What Channel Is the New York Yankees Game on Tonight? 

Yankees games are primarily broadcast on YES Network. The included schedule outlines the channels and streaming services for national broadcasts during the 2024 MLB season, with Peacock on Sunday mornings, TBS on Sunday afternoons, and other networks like ESPN and FOX covering additional slots throughout the week.

Sunday morningPeacock
Sunday afternoonTBS
Sunday nightESPN or ESPN2
Monday nightESPN or FS1
Tuesday nightTBS
Wednesday NightESPN, FS1, MLB Network
Thursday NightESPN, FOX and MLB Network
Friday NightApple TV+
Saturday AfternoonFOX
Saturday NightFOX, FS1

New York Yankees Live Game Schedule for March

Here’s the latest lineup of New York Yankees games for March, including Spring Training matchups:

  • March 3 (Sunday): vs. Tigers at 1:05 pm EST on YES, MLBN (out-of-market)
  • March 4 (Monday): @ Marlins at 6:40 pm EST
  • March 5 (Tuesday): @ Mets at 1:10 pm EST on ESPN
  • March 6 (Wednesday): vs. Rays at 1:05 pm EST on YES
  • March 7 (Thursday): vs. Tigers (SS) at 6:35 pm EST on the Yankees YES App
  • March 8 (Friday): @ Blue Jays at 1:07 pm EST on the Yankees YES App
  • March 9 (Saturday): @ Twins at 1:05 pm EST
  • March 10 (Sunday): vs. Braves at 1:05 pm EDT on YES
  • March 11 (Monday): SS @ Phillies & SS vs. Orioles at 1:05 pm EDT on YES
  • March 12 (Tuesday): @ Blue Jays at 1:07 pm EDT on the Yankees YES App
  • March 13 (Wednesday): vs. Red Sox at 1:05 pm EDT on YES
  • March 14 (Thursday): @ Tigers at 1:05 pm EDT
  • March 15 (Friday): vs. Pirates at 6:35 pm EDT on YES, WFAN 660/101.9 FM
  • March 16 (Saturday): vs. Blue Jays at 1:05 pm EDT on YES, WFAN 660/101.9 FM, Spring Breakout event
  • March 17 (Sunday): @ Red Sox (SS) at 1:05 pm EDT
  • March 18 (Monday): vs. Phillies (SS) at 1:05 pm EDT
  • March 20 (Wednesday): vs. Pirates at 6:35 pm EDT on YES, WFAN 660/101.9 FM
  • March 21 (Thursday): @ Braves at 1:05 pm EDT on the Yankees YES App
  • March 22 (Friday): vs. Mets at 1:05 pm EDT on YES, WFAN 660/101.9 FM
  • March 23 (Saturday): SS vs. Phillies & SS @ Tigers (SS) at 1:05 pm EDT on the Yankees YES App, WFAN 660/101.9 FM
  • March 24 (Sunday): SS @ Pirates at 1:05 pm EDT on the Yankees YES App, WFAN 660/101.9 FM, Exhibition in Mexico City
  • March 25 (Monday): SS vs. Mets at 1:05 pm EDT on YES, WFAN 660/101.9 FM, Exhibition in Mexico City


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