A’s-Giants Live Stream Free, Without CableBy Jeremy Evans / August 3, 2017 / Tags: Live Stream, Stream Sports
Watch the A’s-Giants live stream free, without cable, or if you’re in a blackout zone — plus today’s other MLB games.
In the MLB today, Thursday, August 3, you can live stream the Oakland Athletics at San Francisco Giants for free, without cable. Live coverage starts at 10:00 PM EST.
The best way to watch the A’s-Giants live stream free, without cable, is to use fuboTV. Just sign up for a free trial of fuboTV to live stream Oakland at San Francisco tonight for free — plus tons more MLB, soccer, golf, and other live sports.
A handful of other games rounds out today’s MLB baseball schedule. Here’s how to watch every game live online, even for free or without cable.
Live Stream Today’s MLB Games Without Cable
If a game you want to stream requires login with a TV provider but you don’t have one, there are a couple ways you can get access.
MLB.TV, the MLB’s official streaming service, is the best option. It will let you live stream games all around the league. There’s just one catch — all in-market games (your local team) are blacked out on MLB.TV.
Regionally and nationally televised games are also blacked out. So to watch your home team — along with every other game — you need to do this simple trick to get around the blackouts on MLB.TV. Then you can use MLB.TV to watch every game live, all season long.
You can also use fuboTV to stream baseball without cable. FuboTV has expanded to cover all major sports, and live streams lots of MLB baseball games. You can get a 7-day free trial to watch today’s games for free. To see which games are streaming live on fuboTV today, go here.
Another option is to use YouTube TV. This is YouTube’s new live TV and sports streaming service. You can stream live sports on ESPN, FOX, CBS, NBC, and ABC with a 1-month free trial. The only drawback is that it’s only available in a couple of US cities. But the good news is that even if YouTube TV isn’t available where you are, you can still get access. See how to get YouTube TV in any location.
More Ways To Watch MLB Baseball Live Online For Free
Streaming services like fuboTV and YouTube TV offer free trials, so take advantage. Past that, you can also live stream MLB games for free with no trial offers needed — but stay away from those scummy, ad-clogged “free live sports!!!” sites. There’s a better way.
One note — whether Kodi is legal is an issue of debate. Yes, the networks and league frown upon watching their content for free. Hey, I’m not here to judge. But it is highly recommended you use a VPN with Kodi to stay private and secure.
To see what you can watch on Kodi, and how to get started, check out our beginner’s guide on how to use Kodi or how to watch Kodi live TV. If you already use it and need help finding the best sources to stream live sports on Kodi, see our list of the best Kodi add-ons. This includes some excellent options to stream live US sports, including MLB baseball.
Bypass MLB Blackouts
If a game you want to stream is blacked out in your area, there is a way to bypass the blackouts and get access.
See How To Bypass MLB Blackouts. This works to get access to games that are under a local/regional blackout, as well as national blackout games (those that are televised on national TV, like on ESPN or FOX Sports). You can use it to get around blackouts on MLB.TV, fuboTV, Sling TV, and PlayStation Vue.
Watch MLB Live Streams From Anywhere
If you want to watch a live stream or use a streaming service that isn’t available in your area, you can bypass the geo-blockers and get access.
See How To Unblock Live Sports Streams Everywhere. Note that this does not bypass login requirements — only to get around location restrictions.
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