How to watch Boston Red Sox games live in 2022

The way you will view games depends on where you live. If you live in the Boston Red Sox market, the games will usually be broadcast on NESN, the Red Sox’s regional sports network.

The chart below shows how NESN is streamed, along with ESPN, FOX, FS1 and TBS for televised games locally.

This season, some games will be available exclusively on streaming platforms. Apple TV+ will stream some games Friday night, Peacock 18 will broadcast Sunday morning games, and Prime Video 21 will broadcast Yankees games all season.

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How to stream Boston Red Sox channels

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Watch the Boston Red Sox on DIRECTV STREAM

Includes DIRECTV STREAM Fox, FS1 and ESPN with its entertainment plan for $69.99. To watch Boston Red Sox with NESN with DIRECTV STREAM, you’ll need to upgrade to the Choice package for $89.99 per month.

The DIRECTV STREAM Choice bundle includes over 90 channels in its lineup. Sports fans will have access to TNT, TBS, USA, ESPN, Golf Channel, NBA TV, MLB Network and more. The subscription includes unlimited DVR storage and subscribers can watch on an unlimited number of screens. DIRECTV STREAM has a free 5-day trial.

Watch the Boston Red Sox on fuboTV

You can watch Boston Red Sox games on NESN, along with Fox, FS1 and ESPN with the Pro plan for $69.99 per month on fuboTV.

With fuboTV, a sports-focused streaming service, you’ll also get ESPN, NFL Network, MLB Network, Fox Soccer Plus, Fight Network, and more. fuboTV also has a Sports Plus add-on for $10.99 per month, which includes MLB TV for out-of-market games. The subscription includes 1,000 hours of DVR storage and viewing on unlimited screens. fuboTV has a 7-day free trial.

Watch Boston Red Sox on Hulu + Live TV

On Hulu + Live TV, you can watch Boston Red Sox games on Fox, FS1, TBS, and ESPN for $69.99 per month with the basic plan.

Hulu + Live TV has more than 75 channels in its lineup. Sports fans will find the NFL Network, Big Ten Network, TBS, TNT, and more. There is also an option to get more channels with the sports add-on for $9.99 per month. Hulu + Live has unlimited DVR storage and allows users to watch on two screens simultaneously.

Watch Boston Red Sox on Sling TV

With Sling TV, you’ll be able to watch nationally televised Boston Red Sox matches on ESPN with a Sling Orange subscription and on FS1 with a Sling Blue subscription. Combine the two with a Sling Orange + Sling Blue subscription for $50 per month

A Sling Orange + Sling Blue subscription gives you access to 50 channels, including NFL Network, Stadium, TNT, and more. Subscribers can also add the MLB Network with Sling’s Sports Extra add-on for $11 per month. Sling comes with 50 hours of DVR storage and with Sling Orange + Sling Blue you will be able to watch on u to 4 screens simultaneously.

Watch Boston Red Sox on YouTube TV

On YouTube TV, you can watch Boston Red Sox games on Fox, FS1, TBS, and ESPN for $64.99 per month with the basic plan.

YouTube TV has more than 85 channels in its lineup, including MLB Network, NBA TV, NFL Network, SEC Network, and more. YouTube TV also has a sports add-on package for $10.99 per month. The subscription includes unlimited DVR storage and users can stream on up to 3 devices simultaneously.

If you’re out of the Red Sox TV market, you’ll still be able to watch games. With an MLB.TV subscription, you’ll be able to access out-of-market live streams of MLB games that are not subject to regional or national blocking. You can subscribe directly through MLB.TV or through Amazon Prime Video Channels.

While some operators use a VPN to watch channels that are not available in their region, changing your location to access content may violate the terms of service of the streaming service you are using. Be sure to check the service website for more information.

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