You can watch the LA Dodgers live online without cable with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or AT&T TV Now. In this article, we’ll help you decide which option is best for you. Let’s get started!

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Watch the LA Dodgers with fuboTV

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fuboTV has excellent local TV station coverage compared to Sling TV and most other streaming service providers. Chances are high that you’ll be able to watch Los Angeles Dodgers games when they air on FOX. fuboTV carries FS1 and TBS as well– but not ESPN, ESPN2, MLB Network and SportsNet.

fuboTV Pricing and Packages

Prices start out at $55/month. You may want to upgrade to a more expensive plan if you want more simultaneous streams, additional recording time and other feature upgrades.

Learn more about fuboTV’s subscription plans here.

Standard
7-day free trial
$54.99/ month

92 channels

2 simultaneous streams

30 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME

Sports Plus add-on

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Family
7-day free trial
$59.99+/ month

92 channels

3 simultaneous streams

500 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME

Sports Plus add-on

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Entertainment
7-day free trial
$69.99/ month

92 channels

2 simultaneous streams

500 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME

Sports Plus add-on

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Ultra
7-day free trial
$79.99/ month

113 channels

3 simultaneous streams

500 hours of DVR space

SHOWTIME included

Sports Plus add-on

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*Note that in order to see the Family, Entertainment, and Ultra plans, you need to first press "Start Free Trial." After you create an account, you'll see all of these plans.

fuboTV Channels

With fuboTV, you can get FS1 and TBS with fubo Standard, the least expensive plan. You can’t get SportsNet, any ESPN channels or the MLB Network, though.

You can see a full channel list here.

fuboTV Supported Devices

fuboTV’s app support covers all the bases. The service has apps for Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast, iOS/Android and many other popular TV devices.

You can learn more about fuboTV’s supported devices here.

fuboTV Simultaneous Streams

Without a paid upgrade, you get two simultaneous streams. A $6/month feature upgrade will give you three. The fubo Family or fubo Ultra plans both come with three streams, as well.

You can learn more about fuboTV simultaneous streams here.

fuboTV DVR

You can record 30 hours of content with the DVR that comes with fuboTV. For more recording time, you can either get the $10/month Cloud DVR Plus upgrade or sign up for fubo Family, Fubo Entertainment or fubo Ultra.

You can learn more about the fuboTV DVR here.

fuboTV On-Demand Library

fuboTV’s 72-hour rewind feature lets you catch up with recently aired shows. There are a few movies in the on-demand catalog as well.

Click here to learn more about fuboTV’s on-demand library.

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Watch the LA Dodgers on Hulu with Live TV

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Hulu with Live TV has award-winning originals, a deep on-demand library and carries almost all the channels that broadcast Dodgers games. Prices begin at $45 and go up from there depending on whether or not you want to unlock feature upgrades. The base subscription plan has ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 and TBS. MLB Network and SportsNet are not available.

Hulu with Live TV Pricing and Packages

Hulu’s main subscription plan comes with over 60 channels. The base cost is $45/month.

Hulu + Live TV
7-Day Free Trial
$44.99/ month

67 Channels

2 simultaneous streams

ESPN and Disney

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For more information about Hulu with Live TV’s plans, click here.

Hulu with Live TV Channels

All Hulu with Live TV subscribers get ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 and TBS. The only channels Dodgers fans will miss are MLB Network and SportsNet. Hulu with Live TV doesn’t offer either of those.

Click here to see the full list of Hulu with Live TV channels.

Hulu with Live TV Supported Devices

Hulu with Live TV has above average support for TV devices. There are no significant holes in its app lineup.

  • Living room devices: Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Chromecast and Roku.
  • Smart TVs and Blu-ray players: Certain Samsung and LG televisions as well as some devices based on Amazon Fire TV or Roku.
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android and iOS.
  • Game consoles: Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox 360.
  • Desktop browsers: Most browsers.

Click here to learn more about devices that work with Hulu with Live TV.

Hulu with Live TV DVR

If you don’t like watching ads, Hulu with Live TV’s DVR upgrade might be worth the price. Without it, you’ll have to sit through commercials when you watch recorded content.

Click here to learn more about Hulu with Live TV’s DVR.

Hulu with Live TV On-Demand Library

Hulu with Live TV’s high quality originals and large on-demand content library are some of the service’s main draws.

Learn more about Hulu with Live TV’s on-demand library here.

Free 7-day Trial

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Watch the LA Dodgers with Sling TV

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Sling TV is cheap compared to Hulu with Live TV and fuboTV. For $25, you can Sling TV’s Orange plan, which has many of the channels you need (TBS, ESPN and ESPN2) to watch Los Angeles Dodgers baseball games. If you want to add FOX and FS1, you’ll have to get Sling Blue as well. That’ll bring your total to $40 since Sling TV gives a discount to subscribers that get both Sling Orange and Sling Blue.

Sling TV Pricing and Packages

Sling TV’s two base plans both cost $25, or you can get both of them for $40. Various add-ons let you add additional channels to your program guide.

Sling Orange
Free Roku Deal
$25.00/ month

34 channels

ESPN

Free Roku Express

1 simultaneous stream.

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Sling Blue
Free Roku Deal$25.00/ month

49 channels

ESPN

Free Roku Express

3 simultaneous streams

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Sling Orange + Blue
Free Roku Deal
$40.00/ month

56 channels

ESPN

Free Roku Express

4* simultaneous streams

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* You get 1 stream for Sling Orange channels and up to 3 simultaneous streams for Sling Blue channels.

To learn more about Sling TV pricing, check here.

Sling TV Channels

Sling TV carries all the channels that air LA Dodgers games except the MLB Network. Sling Orange has TBS, ESPN and ESPN2. With Sling Blue, you get your local FOX channel (if Sling closed a deal with your local FOX affiliate) and FS1. If you can’t get FOX through Sling TV, you can fill in the gap with an HDTV antenna. Sling TV will send you an antenna for free if you pay for three months of service in advance.

To learn more about Sling TV channels, check here.

Sling TV Supported Devices

Sling TV has great device support:

  • TV streaming media players: Apple TV (4th gen and up), Amazon Fire TV (all versions), Chromecast, Roku (LT and up), AirTV.
  • Smart TVs: LG TV (Web OS 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0, as well as select 2016-2018 models), Samsung TV (2016 through 2018 models), Android TV (4.4 and up), Roku TV, Mi TV.
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android (4.4 and up),  iOS (11 and up), Amazon Fire (tablets).
  • Game consoles: Xbox One.
  • Desktop browsers: Chrome is recommended for use with Mac and Windows.

Check here for more info on Sling TV’s supported devices.

Sling TV Simultaneous Streams

With Sling Blue, you get three simultaneous streams. However, Sling Orange channels can only be streamed to one device at a time. That restrictive policy doesn’t change, even if you get both Sling Orange and Sling Blue.  

To learn more about Sling TV’s simultaneous streams, click here.

Sling TV DVR

Sling TV doesn’t come with a free DVR, but you can add recording functionality for $5/month extra. You can’t record any Sling Orange channels, though.

To learn more about Sling TV’s DVR, check here.

Sling TV On-Demand Library

Sling TV does have an on-demand content library, but it’s somewhat limited compared to some streaming services.

Click here to learn more about Sling TV’s on-demand library.

Watch the LA Dodgers with AT&T TV NOW

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Since AT&T TV NOW has all but one of the channels that broadcast Dodgers games, it may be your best option. The only missing channel is Charter Spectrum’s SportsNet.

AT&T TV NOW Pricing and Packages

AT&T’s $110/month Choice plan has all the channels that carry LA Dodgers games.

  • PLUS: 40+ channels, $50/month
  • MAX: 50+ channels, $70/month
  • Entertainment: 65+ channels, $93/month
  • Choice: 85+ channels, $110/month
  • Xtra: 105+ channels, $124/month
  • Ultimate: 125+ channels, $135/month
  • Optimo Mas: 90+ channels, $86/month

To learn more about AT&T TV NOW’s pricing and packages, click here.

Plus
7-day free trial
$50.00/ month

45+ channels

2 simultaneous streams

20 hours of DVR space

HBO
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Max
7-day free trial
$70.00/ month

60+ channels

2 simultaneous streams

20 hours of DVR space

HBO + Cinemax
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*Note that AT&T TV Now offers several other plans that are hidden until you click to sign up.

AT&T TV NOW Channels

As mentioned earlier, AT&T TV NOW carries all the channels that air MLB games. These include TBS, ESPN, ESPN2, MLB Network and FS1.

Click here to learn more about AT&T TV NOW’s channels.

AT&T TV NOW Supported Devices

AT&T TV NOW has fairly good device coverage:

  • TV streaming media players: Apple TV (4th gen and up, 5th gen and up for 4K), Amazon Fire TV (2nd gen and up, 1st gen for Cube), Chromecast (2nd gen and up), Roku (most models).
  • Smart TVs: Samsung TV (2017 and 2018 models), Android TV (4.4 and up), Roku TV (7000X), Mi TV, Amazon Fire TV edition smart TV (2nd gen and up), Chromecast Built-in TV.
  • Gaming consoles: None.
  • Mobile devices and tablets: Android (5.0 and up),  iOS (10 and up), Amazon Fire (tablets).
  • Desktop browsers: Chrome and Safari recommended.

Click here to learn more about AT&T TV NOW’s supported devices.

AT&T TV NOW Simultaneous Streams

Unless you get a $5/month upgrade, you get two simultaneous streams. In other words, you can let one friend or family member watch TV with you though your account at the same time as you. With the upgrade, you get three simultaneous streams. 

To learn more about AT&T TV NOW’s streaming policy, click here.

AT&T TV NOW DVR

Back when AT&T TV NOW first came out, it was called DirecTV Now. AT&T rushed the service to market without a DVR. A recent upgrade changed that. All AT&T NOW subscribers get a 20-hour DVR.

Click here to learn more about AT&T TV NOW’s DVR.

AT&T TV NOW On-Demand Library

AT&T TV NOW has a much more robust on-demand catalog compared to Sling TV and fuboTV. You can watch over 40,000 titles when there’s nothing good on live. On the other hand, you have to watch a commercial every 15 minutes. There’s no way to pay your way out of seeing the ads, either.  

Check here to learn more about AT&T TV NOW’s on-demand library.

Free 7-day Trial

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How to Watch the LA Dodgers on Amazon Fire TV

You can watch the LA Dodgers on Amazon Fire TV with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or AT&T TV Now. You can use your credentials to log into the app once you download and install it.

How to Watch the LA Dodgers on Roku

You can watch the LA Dodgers on Roku with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or AT&T TV Now. Download any of the apps for free from the Roku Channels store. Once you sign up, you can use your credentials to log into the app.

How to Watch the LA Dodgers on Apple TV

You can watch the LA Dodgers on Apple TV with one of these streaming services: fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, Sling TV or AT&T TV Now. Download any of their apps on Apple TV’s App Store, sign up, then use your credentials to log in.

MLB.TV

MLB.TV is the best way to watch game replays online, but its strict blackout policy that it applies to live game feeds is a major annoyance. Source: MLB.TV

If you’ve already cut the cord and purchased a subscription to a streaming service, MLB.TV’s single-team subscription may help you fill in some of the gaps created by the fact that none of the cable replacers carry SportsNet. Unless you live outside of LA, the app’s strict blackout policy will likely stop you from watching most live games. However, you can still watch game replays and audio broadcasts of live games during blackouts through the app.

Plans and coverage

A single-team subscription to MLB.TV costs $92. That’ll give you access to all the regular season Dodgers games, except pivotal games with playoff implications and games where blackout restrictions apply.

Blackout rules

The MLB.TV app’s restrictive blackout policy won’t affect you if you tune in outside of LA. But if you live near the city, you probably won’t be able to access live feeds of most games. Other blackout rules apply to ESPN broadcasts and games that affect the playoffs. It’s a good idea to read the fine print on the MLB.TV website before you join.

Features

Unlike most streaming services, MLB.TV has apps for both Xbox and PlayStation. Other supported platforms include TV devices from Apple, Amazon, Roku and Android:

  • Living room devices: MLB.TV app for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV Sticks and Roku.
  • Smart TVs and Blu-ray players: MLB.TV app for certain Samsung televisions and devices based on certain versions of Amazon Fire TV, Android TV or Roku.
  • Mobile devices and tablets: At Bat app for Amazon Fire tablets, Android and iOS.
  • Game consoles: MLB.TV app for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
  • Desktop browsers: Most browsers.

Other notable features include 60 frames-per-second video feeds, a Multi-View option for watching several games at once and Catch-Up, which shows you a recap of all the major plays that have happened during any given game.

Alex Munkachy is a freelance writer, game developer and hobby robotics enthusiast. You can find his blog about robotics news and reviews at robotfanatics.com.