There’s a solid reason why Cardinals supporters in St. Louis are some of the most passionate in all of Major League Baseball.
Fans of the St. Louis Cardinals may recognize some of the World Baseball Classic’s top players, including defending National League MVP Paul Goldschmidt, third base phenom Nolan Arenado, and Japan’s newest sensation Lars Nootbaar.
Yet, there are more than a few fresh faces making waves in St. Louis. Catcher Willson Contreras, who replaced Yadier Molina, has been very effusive in the praise of his new club. Rookie sensation Jordan Walker is the focus of attention, as he is MLB.com’s #4 overall prospect.
The Cardinals have been the most talked about team in the NL Central since spring training began. The necessary resources are at their disposal. Nevertheless, this year they aim much higher than just winning their division.
The Toronto Blue Jays and the St. Louis Cardinals will play the first game of a three-game series at Busch Stadium on Thursday. After a dramatic 2022 season, this season’s series between these two teams will begin with both teams holding a 4–4 record.
We have you covered for every MLB game this season, and today’s game is no exception. If you want to watch the Cardinals this season but don’t have cable, here’s everything you need to know.
How To Watch Cardinals On TV
Major League Baseball games can be seen on Fox, TBS, Peacock, Apple TV+, ESPN, MLB Network, and FS1 on a nationwide scale. The networks will air a limited number of Cardinals games nationally this year.
This page features the national broadcast schedule for Major League Baseball. Games that would have been shown on national television can still be viewed on MLB.TV if there is a blackout. You can watch national broadcast sports on any of the following streaming services.
How To Watch Cardinals On Fubo TV
Fubo has become the premier source for live baseball coverage on the Internet. Since MLB’s entry into the streaming market, FuboTV’s baseball offerings became the most comprehensive available. TV is now available in addition to the previously available MLB Network, MLB Strike Zone, ESPN, and FS1.
FuboTV subscribers may watch regional sports networks (RSNs) like AT&T Sportsnet, Bally Sports, Marquee Sports, NBC Sports, Root Sports, and Sportsnet NY in addition to a wide range of live entertainment and news programming and on-demand TV episodes and movies.
Streaming Cardinals Games Online For Free
Those without cable can watch Cardinals games this season via one of several streaming services: Bally Sports Midwest, the Cardinals’ RSN, is available on Fubo if you’re in-market, albeit blackout rules apply.
Fubo gives you access to Cardinals baseball if you’re in the market for Bally Sports Midwest. Since Fubo does not offer the out-of-market RSN, viewers outside of the market will be unable to watch Cardinals games on the service.
Bally Sports Midwest and the other national game-broadcasting networks like Fox, ESPN, MLB Network, FS1, and MLB Network are available locally on DirecTV Stream. All of these features are included in the service’s $99.99 monthly Choice plan.
MLB.tv allows viewers outside of the Cardinals’ local TV market to catch all the action. Each game from an out-of-market team can be viewed for $149.99 for the whole season, or $24.99 per month.
For an additional $129.99 per season, you can choose the single-team option. Once again, this only applies if you are not in the Cardinals’ TV market: Games will be blacked out if you are located within the Cardinals’ market. Blackouts will also apply to fans who don’t live in the Cardinals’ market but are located inside the markets of the other teams.
YouTube TV’s base package (now $64.99 per month) includes access to Fox, FS1, TBS, and ESPN, where customers may watch St. Louis Cardinals games. Around 85 stations, including MLB Network, NBA TV, NFL Network, SEC Network, and more, are available to subscribers of YouTube TV.