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How to Watch Seattle Mariners Games Streaming Online

It's not easy being a Mariners fan, but this could be the year they finally make it back to the postseason. Here's how to watch and find out.

Jon Bitner

Ready to stream a great Seattle Mariners season? Our guide will help you choose the best streaming service.

And don't forget that you can check the schedule to find out which live sports events are on TV today on our Live Sports page.

MLB Seattle Mariners

The Mariners had a rough end to their season last year, failing to make it into the postseason despite holding first place in the AL West in September. That marked the 22nd time in 23 seasons that the crew missed the playoffs. But with key players returning along with some new faces (including Mitch Haniger, Mitch Garver, and Jorge Polanco), fans are excited about the possibilities of a great 2024 season.

Opening Day will see the Mariners facing off against the Red Sox, but if you want to watch Seattle Mariners games all season long, you'll need to keep a close eye on their schedule. Games will be broadcast on a bunch of networks this year, including FOX, FS1, ESPN, TBS, and, most commonly, Root Sports Northwest. And if you're wondering how to watch Seattle Mariners games, you'll be glad to know that both cable and streaming services are great options.

Figuring out how to watch Mariners baseball without cable is a bit more complicated, as you'll need to ensure you get local networks along with primetime games on networks like TBS and FS1. Here's a comprehensive look at where to stream Seattle Mariners baseball, including platforms with the best Seattle Mariners live streams and a look at upcoming primetime matchups.

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How to watch Seattle Mariners on DIRECTV STREAM

Signing up for the DIRECTV STREAM Choice Plan lets you watch games on Root Sports Northwest, FOX, FS1, ESPN, and TBS. The plan costs $109 per month, but it's one of the best ways to check out Mariners games throughout the 2024 season. You'll also find an Entertainment Plan for $80 that gets all channels listed above minus Root Sports Northwest—which is a substantial omission. DIRECTV Members benefit from an unlimited DVR and the option to stream on unlimited screens simultaneously.

How to watch Seattle Mariners on Fubo

The Fubo Pro Plan includes Root Sports Northwest, FOX, FS1, and ESPN for $80 per month. You can loop in the MLB Network for $10 per month with the Sports Lite add-on, or you can access all out-of-market games in the MLB with the MLB.TV add-on for $30 per month. Fubo is a sports-forward platform, so you'll also get plenty of broadcasts for soccer, football, hockey, and basketball throughout the year.

How to watch Seattle Mariners on Hulu + Live TV

Signing up for Hulu + Live TV costs $77 per month, but it also comes with memberships to Disney+ and ESPN+ for additional content. For Mariners games, you'll get FOX, FS1, TBS, and ESPN. There aren't any baseball-focused add-ons, but a Sports Add-On is available for $10 per month to get networks like FanDual TV and the Tennis Channel. Hulu + Live TV features an unlimited DVR and lets you stream on two devices simultaneously. 

How to watch the Seattle Mariners on Sling TV

It's not the best place for Mariners fans, but it is affordable. The Sling Orange + Sling Blue Plan costs $60 per month and includes FS1 and ESPN. You'll also find standalone plans for Sling Blue and Sling Orange that cost $45 each. Sling Blue gets you FS1 and Sling Orange gets you ESPN. However, certain locations may qualify for local channels, which could make Sling TV appealing to some shoppers.

How to watch Seattle Mariners on Friday Night Baseball on Apple TV+

Friday Night Baseball will be available to Apple TV+ subscribers all season long. Mariners fans can watch the team battle the Cubs on April 12, the Angels on May 31, and the Rangers on June 14. Apple TV+ costs $10 per month, and these games will air in 60 countries and regions without broadcast restrictions.

How to watch Seattle Mariners on MLB.TV (out of market games)

To watch out-of-market games, you'll want to check out MLB.TV. The service can be bundled into platforms like Prime Video or Fubo with an add-on, though you can also pick up a standalone membership. A Single Team Pass costs $130 and lets you watch all out-of-market games for the Mariners, while an All Team Pass is $30 per month and lets you watch all out-of-market games regardless of team. MLB.TV includes a few other perks, such as daily highlights and baseball-focused shows.

How to watch Seattle Mariners anywhere with a VPN

Since most Mariners games are only broadcast in the United States, a VPN is a necessity for most international fans. Services like Private Internet Access and ExpressVPN let you spoof your location and access content typically restricted to the US. When paired with the right streaming service, a VPN makes it easy to catch Mariners games all season long. You might even be able to use your VPN to access regional broadcasts from other parts of the US. Private Internet Access costs $2 per month and ExpressVPN is currently running a nice 49% price cut for its yearly plan.

How to watch primetime MLB games in 2024

Beyond Mariners games, there are tons of exciting primetime games planned for the 2024 season. Amazon Prime will be airing over 20 Yankees games on Wednesday nights, while Apple TV+ is broadcasting Friday Night Baseball. Others will be spread across ESPN, FS1, and FOX. Some of these will be available on streaming services mentioned above, but you can also pick up individual memberships—Apple TV+ is $10 per month, ESPN+ is $11 per month, and Prime Video is $9 per month (it's also included with a standard Amazon Prime subscription).