How to stream the 2017 MLB postseason on your Roku devices

October has arrived, and that means just one thing to MLB fans…postseason baseball! We’re here to let you know how to stream the MLB playoffs live on your Roku players and Roku TVs so you don’t miss a second of the action.

The win-or-go-home Wild Card games will be shown on ESPN and TBS, but after that every MLB playoff game will be available to stream on FOX, TBS, or MLB Network. You can catch AL games on FOX or MLB Network, while NL games will be on TBS. The World Series will be carried by FOX. You can find a full MLB postseason schedule here.

How to stream MLB postseason games on ESPN:

How to stream MLB postseason games on MLB Network:

  • You can stream MLB Network with a subscription to DIRECTV NOW or PlayStation Vue.

How to stream MLB postseason games on FOX or FS1:

  • Use your subscription from a participating cable or satellite provider to stream on the FOX Sports Go channel
  • FOX is also available in select markets with a subscription to PlayStation Vue, fuboTV or Sling TV
  • FOX Sports 1 is available with a subscription to DIRECTV NOW
  • Have an antenna? Generally, FOX is accessible via antenna broadcasts

How to stream MLB postseason games on TBS:

  • Use your subscription from a participating cable or satellite provider to authenticate the Watch TBS channel
  • TBS is available with a subscription to PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, DIRECTV NOW, or Hulu with Live TV (you can also use your subscription to these services to authenticate Watch TBS)

Additionally, if you subscribe to an MLB.TV package, you will be able to stream select postseason games through the MLB.TV Roku channel. Per MLB.com: Available games will include the National League Wild Card Game, NL Division Series presented by T-Mobile and NL Championship Series presented by Camping World (all games); American League Division Series presented by Doosan (MLB Network games only) and ALCS (FOX games only); and the World Series (all games).

For a full breakdown of which live TV services have what channels, check out this handy chart.

Happy postseason streaming!

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