How to Live Stream the Seattle Mariners
Upcoming Seattle Mariners games are on the channels: FS1, NBC Sports California, MLB Network Game A Streaming, ROOT Sports Northwest, KCPQ, KCPQDT (KCPQ-DT), Yes Network, MLB Extra Innings 721, MLB Extra Innings 722 and MLB Extra Innings 731. You can watch the Seattle Mariners live online without cable with any one of these streaming services: Sling, DIRECTV, Fubo TV, and Hulu. In this article, we'll help you decide which option is best for you. Let's get started!
If you're looking for a well-rounded streaming service with Seattle Mariners games, then we recommend Sling Orange for watching the Seattle Mariners and get 30+ Channels, ESPN, try 3 days free and 1 simultaneous stream. You can preview what's on Sling Orange with our streaming TV Guides . Whether it's sports or local programming, Sling Orange offers the best balance between affordability and convenience.
Upcoming Seattle Mariners Games
Watch the Seattle Mariners with Sling
Because Sling has managed to sign deals with relevant channels, there's a strong possibility that you may be able to watch all the Seattle Mariners games that air without having to rely on cable or satellite.
Sling Pricing and Packages
Sling has 3 packages.
You can learn more about Sling pricing and packages here.
Sling ChannelsSling National Channels
The Sling Orange package allows you to stream a total of 30 channels including Seattle Mariners games and Bloomberg, BBC America, Cheddar Business, or Newsy for 35.
The Sling Blue package allows you to stream a total of 45 channels including Seattle Mariners games and FOX, NBC, or MSNBC for 35.
The Sling Orange+Blue package allows you to stream a total of 50 channels including Seattle Mariners games and FOX, NBC, or MSNBC for 50.Sling Local Channels & Regional Sports Networks
Find out which local channels and regional sports networks Sling has in your area.
Sling Supported Devices
You can use Sling on web browsers, Android, or iOS as well as Amazon Fire, Roku, Chromecast, or Apple TV.
Other devices include LG/Samsung Smart TVs, or Xbox One
Learn more about Sling device support.
Sling Simultaneous Streams
Simultaneous streaming support is quite limited with Sling Orange as it only allows 1 streams at once.
Simultaneous streaming on Sling Blue is decent, allowing a total of 3 streams at once.
If your whole house wants to tune in, Sling Orange+Blue is very generous, allowing a total of 4 streams at the same time.
Sling is quite limited with only 50 hours of cloud DVR storage.
Learn more about Sling DVR features.
Sling On-Demand Library
There are approximately 70,000 pieces of on-demand content available on Sling.
Learn more about Sling on-demand library.
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Seattle Mariners Out-of-Market and Blackout Streaming Options
Distinct from the MLB Network channel, MLB.tv is a streaming service offering up regular season MLB games for paying subscribers. There are two service options available through MLB.tv: All Teams or Single Teams. At $64.99 you can stream every out-of-market game live or pay $54.99 to follow a single team.
For fans who have blackout restrictions on their favorite team, consider using a VPN to unblock your favorite team games. With a VPN your physical zip code doesn't have to dictate the games you can and cannot watch.
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