SiriusXM and TuneIn radio platforms will provide live coverage of Major League Baseball games throughout the 2022 season.
On Tuesday, SiriusXM Pandora said MLB games will be broadcast on 30 play-by-play streaming channels that will offer each team’s home and away broadcasts. Streaming channels are also available in cars equipped with SiriusXM 360L compatible radios, which offer streaming and satellite radio channels on a single platform.
SiriusXM streaming channels can be accessed through the SiriusXM app for smartphones, tablets and smart TVs, as well as Alexa- and Google Assistant-equipped smart speakers, such as the Amazon Echo and Google Nest Mini.
A number of games will also be available to traditional satellite radio subscribers with receivers capable of picking up the XM signal, including the new SiriusXM receivers. The satellite platform also offers listeners the MLB Radio Network on SiriusXM Channel 89, which offers simulcasts of MLB network programming and stand-alone shows such as “High Heat with Christopher Russo”.
Simultaneous audio broadcasts of baseball games and related programs from SiriusXM are offered in the satellite radio and streaming service’s “Platinum” package, which costs $23 per month plus taxes and fees, although the plan is often reduced to $6 per month for new subscribers.
For baseball fans who want a cheaper streaming option, the TuneIn audio platform offers play-by-play broadcasts of MLB games as well as access to local and national sports radio channels. the MLB Simultaneous Audio Broadcasts are available to subscribers of TuneIn’s premium service, which costs $10 per month, and can be accessed through TuneIn’s website and apps for smartphones, tablets and smart TVs.