The Yankees game is on tonight and we have all the info you need to catch the game. Find out what channel the game is on and when it starts right here.
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It’s that time of year again! The Yankees are back in action and their games are being broadcast on a number of different channels. Here is a breakdown of where you can catch all the action, depending on your location.
Broadcast coverage of Yankees games is split between a few different networks, including YES Network, ESPN, and Fox Sports 1. YES Network is the exclusive home of Yankees game telecasts in the New York City area, while ESPN airs select games nationally and Fox Sports 1 airs select games regionally.
If you live in the New York City area, you can catch every Yankees game on YES Network. Outside of the NYC area, select games will be televised nationally on ESPN and select games will be televised regionally on Fox Sports 1. Check your local listings for specific channel information in your area.
Fans who live outside of the New York City area can also catch every Yankees game online through MLB.TV. A subscription to MLB.TV gives you live streaming access to all out-of-market baseball games, including every Yankees game not being televised in your area.
Yankees Game: What Channel is it On?
The Yankees are playing the Red Sox today at 7pm. The game will be televised on ESPN.
The YES Network is an American cable and satellite television channel that is owned by the Yankee Global Enterprises, which also owns the New York Yankees baseball team. The channel broadcasts local and regional sports coverage, as well as content from the Yankees Entertainment and Sports (YES) network.
ESPN will be televising today’s game against the Rays. First pitch is at 1:05 p.m. ET.
Major League Baseball’s Emmy Award-winning MLB Network today announced that it will televise live and in primetime the Yankees-Red Sox series on Friday, September 28 and Saturday, September 29. The two games will air as part of MLB Network Showcase, the network’s weekly game-of-the-week franchise.
MLB Network’s live game coverage begins Friday at 7:00 p.m. ET with Yankees Pregame Live presented by Chevrolet, followed by first pitch at 7:10 p.m. Joe Girardi joins Gary Thorne and John Smoltz in the MLB Network booth for Friday’s game, with Hazel Mae reporting from Fenway Park. Saturday’s pregame show starts at 6:00 p.m., with first pitch set for 6:10 p.m. Al Leiter will join Thorne and Smoltz in the booth for Saturday’s game, with Lauren Shehadi reporting from Fenway Park.
It’s easy to find out what channel the Yankees game is on. You can check your local listings or visit the Yankees website. The Yankees website will also give you information on how to listen to the game if you can’t watch it. You can also sign up for their email newsletter to get game day information sent straight to your inbox.