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How to Watch Los Angeles Dodgers Games Streaming Online

Can the Dodgers continue their playoff streak in 2024? Here's how to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers games this season.

Jon Bitner

Want to watch the Los Angeles Dodgers game online this season? Read our guide to find out which streaming service you need in 2024.

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MLB Los Angeles Dodgers

The Los Angeles Dodgers have been on a roll the past few seasons, currently holding the record for the longest active playoff streak in the league. Last year saw their 11th playoff berth in a row, and the team is looking to make it 12 during the 2024 season. 

The Dodgers continued their trend of always striving to get better this past offseason by signing multiple big-name free agents, including locking up global superstar Shohei Ohtani for a record-breaking 10-year, $700 million contract. Ohtani won't be able to pitch this year as he recovers from an elbow injury, but he will be available as a hitter. The Dodgers also added Toshinobu Yamamoto and Tyler Glasnow to help out on the pitcher's mound. It's no surprise the Dodgers are expected to make a serious World Series run this year. If you want to watch Los Angeles Dodgers games--and many casual baseball fans will due to Ohtani--you'll need to keep a close on where they're airing.

Dodgers games are often broadcast on Spectrum SportsNet LA. Some games, including primetime matchups, will air on ESPN, FOX, FS1, TBS, and other channels. The Dodgers are one of a few teams across the league where one particular streaming service clearly makes the most sense for watching Dodgers games.

Here's a deeper look at how to watch Los Angeles Dodgers games, along with where to find Los Angeles Dodgers live streams.

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How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers on DIRECTV STREAM

If you want to watch just about every Dodgers game of the season, consider signing up for DIRECTV STREAM. With the Choice Plan ($109 per month), you'll get FS1, FOX, ESPN, TBS, and, most critically, Spectrum SportsNet LA. There's also an Entertainment Plan for $80 per month that gets you all the above except Spectrum SportsNet LA. All told, the Choice Plan is the best streaming service for watching the Dodgers in 2024. Your membership also includes more than 70 other channels and a massive catalog of on-demand programming.

How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers on Fubo

The Fubo Pro Plan gets you Dodgers games airing in your region on FS1, FOX, and ESPN for $80 per month. As such, Fubo's Pro plan isn't a viable option if you want to watch a lot of Dodgers games. However, you can also bundle in MLB.TV for $30 per month. If you're outside of Dodgers country, MLB.TV will get you every out-of-market Dodgers game as well as the games featuring other teams around the league. The All Team Pass is worth it for big baseball fans. And if you want MLB Network, that can also be added for $10 per month with the Sports Lite bundle. Fubo lets you stream on unlimited screens simultaneously, which is perfect for folks interested in watching multiple games on multiple devices—or for really big families. Overall, Fubo bundled with MLB.TV can be a solid option, depending on your situation, though you can also subscribe to MLB.TV through other means outlined below.

How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers on Hulu + Live TV

Hulu + Live TV gets you FOX, FS1, TBS, and ESPN for $77 per month. That means you'll only get to watch select Dodgers games. However, you'll also get access to ESPN+ and Disney+ for additional programming. It doesn't add much baseball content, but the Sports Add-On costs $10 per month and offers additional channels like the Tennis Channel and FanDuel TV. Hulu is a pretty well-rounded service, offering an unlimited DVR, two streams at once, and a wide variety of programming. It just shouldn't be your first choice to watch Dodger's games.

How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers on Sling TV

The Sling Orange Plan costs $40 per month and gets you ESPN. A Sling Blue Plan is also available for $40 per month and offers FS1. Your best bet is signing up for the combined Sling Orange + Sling Blue Plan ($60 per month) and getting both ESPN and FS1. Depending on your location, you may also qualify for regional channels such as FOX. If you do qualify, you'll get to watch a good chunk of games for a nice low price. Sling only has a couple channels Dodgers games stream on, but casual fans may not mind. 

How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers on Friday Night Baseball on Apple TV+

Apple TV+ subscribers benefit from Friday Night Baseball doubleheaders all season long. For Dodgers fans, that means you can watch the Cardinals vs. Dodgers on March 29 and Dodgers vs. Yankees on June 7. It's possible more Dodgers games will be added to the slate when the back half of the schedule is unveiled. An Apple TV+ subscription is $10 per month and a free seven-day trial is available for the service. There are no broadcast restrictions on these games, so you should be able to watch them regardless of where you live (even outside the country, with 60 countries and regions eligible for the broadcasts).

How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers on MLB.TV (out of market games)

As mentioned, folks looking to watch out-of-market games will want to sign up for MLB.TV. Two plans are available, but if you're just concerned with the Dodgers, you'll want the Single Team Pass for $130 per year. This gets you all out-of-market games for the Dodgers throughout 2024. An All Team Pass is available for $30 per month, and it gets you every out-of-market game for all teams in the MLB. Other benefits of MLB.TV include additional baseball programming and highlights to keep you updated on the latest scores.

How to watch Los Angeles Dodgers anywhere with a VPN

Most Dodgers games can't be viewed outside the country—but a VPN solves that issue. Using a program like ExpressVPN or Private Internet Access, you can trick your device into thinking you're in the US. You can then launch platforms like Hulu or DIRECTV STREAM to watch the same content available to folks in the States. Depending on your streaming service and VPN, you might also gain access to regional networks. Private Internet Access is affordably priced at $2 per month, while ExpressVPN is running a big 49% discount for its annual plan.

How to watch primetime MLB games in 2024

FOX, FS1, ESPN, and even Amazon Prime will be hosting primetime MLB games in 2024. Amazon Prime is hosting more than a dozen Yankees games on Wednesday night, while Apple TV+ is airing Friday Night Baseball doubleheaders. Many of these networks are available via the above streaming services, but you can pick up a standalone ESPN+ membership for $11 per month, Apple TV+ for $10 per month, and Prime Video for $9 per month. Note that Prime Video is also included with a standard Amazon Prime membership.