How to watch Braves games on TV in 2024 with and without cable: Complete streaming guide

How to watch Braves games on TV in 2024 with and without cable: Complete streaming guide

After a long and productive offseason, the Atlanta Braves will continue their quest to bring home another World Series title. The new look Braves include the additions of Chris Sale, Jarred Kelenic and Reynaldo Lopez along with arguably the strongest roster from top to bottom in the entire league. Since this team tends to do something special on any given day, Braves fans will have to know how to watch the games so they don’t miss out.

One thing to note about the Braves 2024 schedule when it comes to telecasts is that Atlanta tends to jump around the networks when it comes to where the games are shown. All of this information is subject to change as changes to a channel’s programming occur fairly regularly and some games may — and WILL — Clash with various broadcasts including national ones.

With all the disclaimers out of the way, here’s a look at how to watch the Braves in 2024.

The vast majority of Braves games will be broadcast on Bally Sports South or Bally Sports Southeast serving most of the Southeast. Florida is a notable exception as the dumb blackout restrictions with the Rays and Marlins down there make watching local broadcasts significantly more complicated. It is still to be determined exactly which games that will be, but this page will have the information for each Braves game as it becomes available. In short, when in doubt, check your local Bally Sports South or Bally Sports Southeast channel.

Atlanta is also set to appear on multiple national baseball broadcasts already. FS1 and Fox combined have several games on the schedule and ESPN Sunday Night Baseball has at least three Braves games airing through May. Finally, old friend TBS still does national baseball broadcasts from time to time and may end up showing some games, though those games have yet to be revealed.

Category

Braves Coverage Area

Bally Sports South/Southeast

Most of southeastern US except Florida

FS1 or Fox

Nationwide (selected games)

ESPN

Nationwide (selected games)

TBS

Nationwide (selected games)

For those who prefer to listen to broadcast radio or who are traveling while the Braves are playing, the Braves Radio Network also serves much of the Southeast, although the exact station will vary greatly from area to area. Be sure to look up where 680 The Fan is listed in your local area or just use the 680 The Fan app and stream live from there.

For the cord cutters out there, you still have some options, but there will be some costs associated with it. DirectTV Stream, FuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV and Youtube TV all offer some level of access to streaming Braves games.

DirectTV Stream and fuboTV are the only two of those options that carry Bally Sports South which is a big deal if you want to watch a lot of Braves broadcasts. fuboTV does not have TBS while Hulu, Sling and Youtube TV are only useful for nationally televised Braves games.

How to watch the Braves on FuboTV

Aside from the lack of TBS, fuboTV is a great option for those who have cut the cord and want to watch Braves broadcasts along with a very wide range of other live local and regional programming. Its basic plan costs $79.99 a month, but that’s a bargain compared to what full cable packages cost these days, and it’s a great cable replacement. Click here to sign up for a free trial and make sure they know we sent you.

How to watch the Braves on Apple TV

Currently, there are no Braves games scheduled to be streamed on Apple TV or Amazon TV, for that matter. However, that could easily change after three Braves games were added to Apple TV’s Friday Night Baseball in March of last year. The slate of MLB games there will be extremely limited, but you can sign up for it here if Braves games end up being broadcast there.

For out-of-market Braves fans, and there are many, MLB TV can also be a good option. It costs $29.99 per month or $129.99 per year for a single team, and you’re subject to blackout restrictions (please get rid of it), but it’s a great option for those living outside the southeastern US if you can afford it. To sign up, you can start by clicking here.

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