The 2014 MLB playoffs begin Tuesday night with the Kansas City Royals hosting the Oakland Athletics in the AL Wild Card contest. Games throughout the MLB playoffs will be broadcast on a variety of TV stations, and fans will also have the option of streaming the games online. As with the regular season, MLB.TV gives you the chance to watch every playoff game on your computer or mobile device, and Major League Baseball is offering a subscription just for the postseason.
In addition, MLB is also partnering with TBS to help promote Postseason.TV, which will provide live, alternate angle companion coverage of the AL playoffs. Subscribers to Postseason.TV will be able to choose from 10 different camera angles and watch four alternate angles at once. The subscription also comes with the ability to stream batting practice live and can be watched on a mobile device.
Beyond these options, fans can also stream each matchup online at TBS.com, Watch ESPN, or with Fox Sports Go depending on which network is broadcasting the game. TBS will be providing coverage for the AL playoffs, and those games can be streamed online at TBS.com or with the Watch TBS mobile app. Games on ESPN can be streamed at WatchESPN.com or with the Watch ESPN app. Fox will be broadcasting parts of the NLDS and all of the NLCS on Fox Sports 1 and the World Series on Fox. Those games can be streamed online at Fox Sports Go or with the Fox Sports Go mobile app.