How to Watch the San Francisco Giants Online without Cable

Watch San Francisco Giants Online One of the most exciting teams in baseball is the San Francisco Giants. They've taken the Bay Area by storm the last several years and been a dominant force in the game. If you're a fan, you can definitely watch San Francisco Giants online without cable this season. You'll want to use one of a few great streaming services, which will let you watch all year long. There are several services which let you watch CSN Bay Area online if you live in the broadcast region. You can also catch any Giants games when they come on national broadcasts on channels like ESPN, FOX, or TBS. Get more details on your options below!

Sling TV is a Great Option to Watch San Francisco Giants Online

Watch San Francisco Giants Online Sling TV is a popular streaming service that'll let you watch Giants game online. The service is well known for its low prices and flexible channel offerings. You can get a San Francisco Giants game live stream on CSN Bay Area for just $25 per month. It comes in the "Sling Blue" starting package that has over 40 channels including TBS and several FOX networks. Before signing up, make sure to check if they're any ongoing deals for new subscribers. You can also watch San Francisco Giants online with Sling TV's free 7-day trial. Learn more in our Sling TV review.

DIRECTV NOW Lets you Watch San Francisco Giants Online

Watch San Francisco Giants Online You can watch a San Francisco Giants game live stream on DIRECTV NOW right on CSN Bay Area. The channel comes along with more than 80 others on the "Just Right" package for $50 per month. The enormous DIRECTV NOW channel list makes this a great option as a full-fledged cable alternative. You can try DIRECTV NOW free for a week to see how you can cut cable and not miss much of your favorite shows. And, you can also get a San Francisco Giants game streaming free on ESPN, TBS, several FOX networks, or CSN Bay Area.

Watch San Francisco Giants Online Without Cable on PlayStation Vue

Watch San Francisco Giants Online Sony's streaming service, PlayStation Vue, will offer another way to watch Giants game online on CSN Bay Area. The channel is included in the "Core" package, which has about 60 channels in total. The package costs $35 per month and also comes with a great cloud DVR feature. ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, and multiple FOX channels are other ways you can watch San Francisco Giants online with Vue. Get more details in our PlayStation Vue review. Watch San Francisco Giants online free with PlayStation Vue's 5-day free trial.

FuboTV – Another Way to Watch San Francisco Giants Online Without Cable

Watch San Francisco Giants Online FuboTV is a streaming service dedicated to both casual and diehard sports fans. You can watch a San Francisco Giants game live stream right on CSN Bay Area with the $35 per month starting package. There are over 70 channels to stream in the package and it also comes with a cloud DVR. You can still watch Giants game online, even if you can't catch it live. You can give fuboTV a test run with a weeklong free trial. Any other questions can be answered by our fuboTV review.

MLB.TV Could be a Way to Watch San Francisco Giants Online

MLB.TV might let some people watch San Francisco Giants online without cable the entire year. Those in the normal broadcast area of each game will be blacked out, so Bay Area folks are likely out of luck. But, if you're not blacked out you can live stream every single Giants game on the service. Head over to MLB.TV's site to learn more.   If you have other favorite teams you want to keep up with, check out our full sports guide for cable cutters. We also have a full MLB streaming guide if you want to watch even more baseball this year.

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier

Matt Pelletier reports on the streaming industry as it relates to sports media, providing coverage on how to watch live sports without cable.
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