Who’s ready for some October baseball? The MLB playoffs are back as the New York Yankees take on the Minnesota Twins in the ALDS!
Led by the big bats of Nelson Cruz, Max Kepler, and Miguel Sano, the Twins captured the AL Central title, finishing the season with 101 victories. Their reward for a spectacular season is an ALDS date with the Yankees, who finished the season on top of the AL East with a 103-59 record. Who will advance to the ALCS? Let’s find out. Batter up!
Looking for a Yankees-Twins live stream? Wondering how to find an FS1 live stream? Here’s how to watch the ALDS online.
WHAT TIME IS THE YANKEES/TWINS GAME? THE FULL ALDS SCHEDULE:
Game 1: Friday, October 4 at 7:07 p.m. (MLB Network)
Game 2: Saturday, October 5 at 5:07 p.m. (FS1)
Game 3: Monday, October 7 at Time TBD (FS1/MLBN)
Game 4: Tuesday, October 8 at Time TBD (FS1) * If necessary
Game 5: Thursday, October 10 at Time TBD (FS1) * If necessary
HOW CAN I FIND A YANKEES-TWINS LIVE STREAM? HOW TO WATCH FS1 ONLINE:
The ALDS matchup between the Yanks and Twins will air on FS1 and the MLB Network. Baseball fans looking an FS1 live stream can watch the game on Foxsports.com or the FOX Sports app (available to download on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon). Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you’ll need a valid cable login to utilize the aforementioned live stream options.
You can also find an FS1 live stream with an active subscription to Hulu + Live TV, fuboTV, AT&T TV NOW, YouTube TV, Sling TV, or PlayStation Vue. All of the aforementioned services carry FS1. FuboTV offers a seven-day free trial for new subscribers.
HOW CAN I FIND AN MLB NETWORK LIVE STREAM?
The easiest way to watch the MLB Network online is via the “watch live” section of the website. After you sign in with a participating cable provider, you can enjoy all the action on your iPhone, iPad, and supported Android smartphones and tablets via MLB.com At Bat, and on PC/Mac through MLBNetwork.com/Watch. Additional streaming information can be found on the MLB website.
You can also find an MLB Network live stream with an active subscription to YouTube TV, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV (via the Sports Extra add on) or AT&T TV NOW. All four of the aforementioned services offer the MLB Network in their channel bundles.
One final Twins-Yankees live stream option is MLB.TV’s Postseason Package. For $24.99, you’ll be able to live stream almost every MLB playoff game (although authentication to a participating pay TV provider is required). More information on this option can be found on the MLB website.
DOES HULU HAVE THE MLB NETWORK? DOES HULU HAVE FS1?
It’s a bit of a good news/bad news situation. Hulu + Live TV offers FS1 but not the MLB Network.
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