How to watch Red Sox on TV in 2024 with & without cable: Full streaming guide

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The Boston Red Sox regular season opens on March 28 in Seattle. Yes, it's much, much closer than you think.

A lot of Red Sox fans have admitted to being out on the action after another disappointing offseason to follow a last-place 2023 campaign. But there will still be bright spots to the coming slate of games, regardless of the number of wins the Sox end up with.

Lucas Giolito signed with Boston to put his name back on the map. Young talents like Triston Casas and Wilyer Abreu will be trying to make their mark on the team, and more prospects could be coming up to the bigs later in the season. The battle for a spot in the starting rotation will force the Sox's hurlers to keep their best foot forward.

No matter how the season goes, there will always be fans who want to tune into the games. We got you.

How to watch the Boston Red Sox on cable in 2024

The Red Sox live for the most part on NESN with the occasional game on NESN+ in the event of a conflicting time slot with the Bruins or another event on the network. NESN is only available to in-market viewers, which includes all of New England except Fairfield County, CT.

Like always, the Sox will also get a few nationally televised games, such as appearances on ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball, FOX, TBS and more.

Channel

Red Sox coverage area

NESN, NESN+

New England, excluding Fairfield County, CT.

ESPN

Nationwide (select games)

FOX

Nationwide (select games)

TBS

Nationwide (select games)

How to watch the Boston Red Sox without cable in 2024

In-market viewers can watch the Red Sox and Bruins on NESN 360, the network's subscription service. Fans can tune in with their iPhone, Andriod, smart tvs, and streaming devices such as Roku, Fire TV, Apple TV and more.

Nationally televised games can be found on other streaming services such as Hulu+ Live TV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, Fubo TV (does not include TBS games), and Vidigo.

How to watch MLB on Fubo TV

Sox games are also available on Fubo TV, which is compatible with many of the same devices as NESN 360. The service also offers access to a myriad of other MLB games and sports. There are varying tiers of subscriptions that hold different perks at different prices. A Pro membership goes for $79.99/month, Elite will run you $89.99/month, and Premier costs $99.99/month.

Click here to sign up for a free trial.

How to watch the Red Sox on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ airs select MLB games on Friday nights during the season. Two games per week are selected as part of Apple TV+'s Friday Night Baseball series. The schedule of games that'll be aired on Friday Night Baseball hasn't been released at the time of publication, so there's no telling how many times the Sox will be broadcast here. Still, there's a seven-day free trial available, and afterward, a subscription will cost $9.99/month.

How to order MLB Extra Innings

For the baseball fanatics, there's always MLB Extra Innings, which is an addition to a cable or satellite package that offers 80 out-of-market games per week along with MLB Network and MLB.tv. The plan goes for $149.99/month.

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