Looking for somewhere to watch tonight’s Yankees game? Here are some of the best spots in New York to catch all the action.
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Whether you’re a die-hard Yankees fan or just looking for a fun way to spend an evening, watching a Yankees game is a great option. But with so many different ways to watch the game, it can be hard to know where to start.
Here’s a quick guide to help you find the best way to watch tonight’s Yankees game:
If you want to watch the game on TV:
The easiest way to watch the game on TV is through your cable or satellite provider. Most providers will carry the Yankees game on one of their channels, so you can just tune in and enjoy.
If you want to watch the game online:
There are a few different ways you can watch the game online, depending on where you live. If you live in the United States, Canada, or Mexico, you can watch the game through MLB.TV. You’ll need to sign up for an account and pay a monthly fee, but MLB.TV gives you access to every out-of-market baseball game, so it’s worth it if you’re a big fan.
If you live outside of North America, you can usually find the Yankees game being streamed on one of the many baseball streaming sites available. Just do a quick search and there are sure to be plenty of options available.
Wherever you decide to watch tonight’s Yankees game, make sure to enjoy yourself and root for your team!
Yankees Game Schedule
If you’re a Yankees fan, you’re in luck. You can catch tonight’s game on television. The Yankees are scheduled to play at 7:05 p.m. EST on the YES Network.
Opening Day: Thursday, March 28th vs. Baltimore Orioles
1:05 pm EDT – Yankees vs. Baltimore Orioles
7:05 pm EDT – New York Mets vs. St. Louis Cardinals
The New York Yankees are currently in the MLB postseason and their game schedule is as follows:
– October 3rd at 7:07pm EDT: Yankees vs. Minnesota Twins in the AL Wild Card Game (airing on ESPN)
– October 4th at 8:07pm EDT: Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians in the ALDS Game 1 (airing on FS1)
– October 5th at 3:37pm EDT: Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians in the ALDS Game 2 (airing on FS1)
– October 7th at 5:08pm EDT: Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians in the ALDS Game 3 (airing on FS1 or MLBN)
– October 8th at TBD: Yankees vs. Cleveland Indians in the ALDS Game 4* (airing on FS1 or MLBN)
– October 10th at TBD: Yankees vs. Houston Astros in the ALCS Game 1* (airing on TBS)
– October 11th at TBD: Yankees vs. Houston Astros in the ALCS Game 2* (airing on TBS)
– October 13th at TBD: Yankees vs. Houston Astros in the ALCS Game 3* (airing on TBS)
– October 14th at TBD: Yankees vs. Houston Astros in the ALCS Game 4* (airing on TBS)
– October 16th at TBD: Yankees vs. Houston Astros in the ALCS Game 5* (airing on TBS)
– October 18th at TBD: Yankees vs Los Angeles Dodgers/Atlanta Braves winner in the World Series Game 1* (airing on FOX)
How to Watch
If you’re a Yankees fan, you’re in luck. You can watch tonight’s game on TV or online. Here’s how.
The YES Network will televise tonight’s game against the Baltimore Orioles on WPIX in the New York market. Pregame coverage begins at 6:30 p.m. with Yankees Batting Practice Today, followed by Yankees LIVE at 7:00 p.m. with hosts Michael Kay, Meredith Marakovits andJohn Sterling & Suzyn Waldman.
Severino will make his second start of the season, coming off a win vs. Tampa Bay on April 2 in which he allowed two runs (one earned) and four hits over 5.0 innings pitched, striking out four batters and walking one in a 5-2 Yankees victory. In five career starts vs. Baltimore, Severino is 3-2 with a 3.00 ERA (12 ER/36.0 IP), striking out 40 batters against 10 walks in those outings (1 start in 2017).
If you’re a diehard Yankees fan, MLB.tv is probably the best way to watch every single game of the season. You’ll get to see every pitch, every hit, and every play, without any commercial interruptions. Plus, if you have a good internet connection, you can watch in high definition.
MLB.tv is also a great option if you live outside of New York state. If you live in Connecticut, for example, you’ll be able to watch Yankees games that are broadcast on the YES Network.
One downside of MLB.tv is that it’s not free – it costs $24.99 per month, or $109.99 for the whole season. But if you’re a serious Yankees fan, it’s definitely worth the price.
The Yankees Radio Network is a network of 26 radio stations that broadcast English-language coverage of the New York Yankees, a Major League Baseball team. The flagship station of the Yankees Radio Network is WFAN in New York City.
When a game is on the radio, it is usually broadcast on one of the following channels:
-WFAN 660/101.9 FM (English)
-WADO 1280 AM (Spanish)
Whether you’re a die-hard Yankees fan or just looking for a place to watch the game, there are plenty of great options in New York City. Here are a few of our favorites:
-The Yankees Clubhouse Bar & Grill is a great place to watch the game if you’re looking for a casual atmosphere. The bar has plenty of televisions, so you’ll never miss a minute of the action. And if you get hungry, the menu features all your favorite game-day eats like wings, burgers, and hot dogs.
-If you want to watch the game in style, head to The champagne Room at Saks Fifth Avenue. This luxurious setting features plush armchairs, flat-screen TVs, and an extensive champagne menu. You can also order light bites like sushi rolls and truffle fries from the in-house restaurant, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon.
-For a truly unique experience, head to The Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog. This popular Irish pub was recently named one of the best bars in the world, and it’s easy to see why. The bar has three floors, each with its own bar and TV, so you can catch all the action no matter where you end up. And if you get thirsty, there are plenty of great beers on tap.