Always perennial contenders, the St. Louis Cardinals are a fun team to watch. If you are a Cardinals fan, you are sure to enjoy the team this year as they will likely be in the pennant race again. However, if you want to watch the St. Louis Cardinals Online, you will want to do some research as you have a few options.
If you are a cable cutter and think you have zero options to watch The Cardinals Online, think again. You have plenty of options, and we will show you how.
Sling TV is the Best All-Around Option to Watch the St. Louis Cardinals Online
With Sling TV, you have the option to watch plenty of television shows, as well as a ton of Cardinals games. The service offers 25-100+ channels, depending on the package you choose. No contract is required, and you can watch on all your favorite devices.
If you live in the St. Louis area, we recommend signing up for Sling Blue, the $25/month package. This will get you 40+ channels, including FOX Sports Midwest streaming. This is a big deal, because FOX Sports Midwest covers nearly every Cardinals game live stream of the season! Plus, the package also gives you FS1, TNT, TBS, AMC, and a whole lot more!
If you DON’T live in the St. Louis area, we recommend signing up for Sling Orange, the $20/month basic package. This package includes ESPN, which offers Monday and Wednesday night games, as well as TBS, which broadcasts Sunday afternoon games in the last 13 weeks of the season. Furthermore, with postseason play, you will not feel left out as you can watch League championship Series games and two MLB Division Series.
Since both channels (ESPN and TBS) are included in the $20 a month package, you should sign up now if you want to catch all the action. With a free trial of 7-days, you have nothing to lose. And don’t forget – Sling offers a ton more than just baseball coverage. You’ll also enjoy networks like AMC, A&E, CNN, Viceland, FS1, and many more.
DIRECTV NOW Lets You Stream the Cardinals Game Online
DIRECTV NOW is another excellent service that provides St. Louis Cardinals streaming. Like Sling TV, this service works over the internet and provides live streaming of many popular TV channels, without cable. No contract is required, either!
The best package for MLB fans is the Just Right package, which offers MLB Network, FS1, ESPN, ESPN2, TBS and a whole lot more. Local St. Louis-area fans will also get FOX Sports Midwest, for even more Cardinals game streams. Over 80 channels in total are offered in Just Right, which costs $50 per month (with no contract). Check our DIRECTV NOW review for the full channel list + more info.
To get started and stream Cardinals games free, take advantage of DIRECTV NOW’s free 7-day trial!
With PlayStation Vue, You Can Enjoy St. Louis Cardinals Live Stream
With PlayStation Vue, you can watch the Cardinals online, while keeping up with your favorite TV shows, news and more. We recommend the Core package, which offers 60+ channels for $35 per month. This includes FOX Sports Midwest for locals, as well as FS1, ESPN, MLB Network, TBS and many other great channels.,
Vue is available on PS3/PS4, iPad, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast, as well as mobile devices. To Learn more, check out our recent review on PlayStation Vue.
Stream Cardinals Games Online with fuboTV
fuboTV is another solution for Cardinals streaming. It offers a $35/month package that includes over 40 channels. MLB fans living in the St. Louis area will get FOX Sports Midwest, which is home to most Cardinals games. You’ll also get FS1, NBCSN, and many other valuable channels. Check my fuboTV review to learn more. At this point, we only recommend this service to fans who live near the Cardinals.
Watch The St. Louis Cardinals Online With MLB.TV (out-of-market only)
If you want to see a high quality St. Louis Cardinals live stream, you have a solid option with MLB.TV. This is the official streaming service of MLB, and it has a price of $112.99 for the season. MLB.TV lets you get every out-of-market game for every team. If you want to follow just one team’s out-of-market regular season games, you can get the $87.49 package. Remember, if you live in the market where the team is located (St. Louis area in this case), you cannot watch the game live, but you can catch it on-demand later. See our MLB.TV review for additional info.
Though not as fun to watch 90-minutes after the game, if you are MLB.TV Premium or MLB.TV Single Team subscriber who is in an area subject to regular season blackouts, the game will be available to watch 90 minutes after it is over. They are also working on a “Follow Your Team” feature, which will allow subscribers to watch out-of-market club telecasts without blackouts. You must be an authenticated television subscriber of your local Regional Sports network to take advantage of this. Either way, a great option to watch the St. Louis Cardinals Online, especially for those living outside the St. Louis area.
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