How to Watch the St. Louis Cardinals Online without Cable

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Watch St Louis Cardinals Online

The St. Louis Cardinals are owners of one of the more impressive fan bases. They’re dedicated and completely committed to the team, regardless of how the Cardinals are playing. Fans will be happy to find out you can now watch St Louis Cardinals online without cable the entire season.

While before you’d be missing out on tons of games without cable, you can now use a streaming service to watch most of the season. These services will let you watch FOX Sports Midwest online and you can catch national broadcast games on ESPN, TBS, or FOX channels.

Sling TV – One Way to Watch St Louis Cardinals Online Without Cable

Watch St Louis Cardinals Online

Dish Network’s Sling TV is a service known for its low starting price point and flexibility of channel packages. To watch Cardinals game online, you’ll want the Sling “Blue” package to get FOX Sports Midwest. It only costs $25 per month to start and will also let you watch games on some other FOX networks and TBS. You can use Sling TV to watch St Louis Cardinals online free with a 7-day free trial.

Also, before you sign up take a look to see if Sling TV is offering any deals for new subscribers. They often have some pretty good ones. To learn more on the service, take a look at our Sling TV review.

Watch St Louis Cardinals Online with AT&T’s Streaming Service DIRECTV NOW

Watch St Louis Cardinals Online

DIRECTV NOW offers a large channel package, which ultimately makes it a good option to fully replace your cable package. You can still watch a St Louis Cardinals game live stream the entire year and much, much more. FOX Sports Midwest comes in the “Just Right” package, which costs $50 per month. There are over 80 channels included in the package, like ESPN, ESPN2, TBS, and a couple of FOX networks. Make sure to check out the DIRECTV NOW channel list for more details.

You can get a St Louis Cardinals game streaming free today with a weeklong DIRECTV NOW trial.

PlayStation Vue Offers Another Choice to Watch St Louis Cardinals Online

Sony’s streaming service PlayStation Vue will let you watch Cardinals game online. The service is also known as a good alternative to a cable package. On Vue, the package you’ll want is the “Core” package. This includes FOX Sports Midwest for those in the area. You can also watch the national broadcast games on ESPN networks, FOX networks, or TBS.

Learn more about the service, including the cloud DVR, in our PlayStation Vue review. Also, you can start a 5-day trial now if you want to get a St Louis Cardinals game streaming free!

You Can Watch St Louis Cardinals Online Without Cable on FuboTV

Watch St Louis Cardinals Online

FuboTV is a streaming service often known as a great option for fans to have a seemingly never ending of sporting events to watch. You can get a St Louis Cardinals game live stream in the starting package of the service. It costs $35 per month and does offer FOX Sports Midwest if you’re in the area. You can also check out TBS and some FOX networks for more baseball games, including the playoffs. FuboTV (review) also has a cloud DVR, which is great if you know you can’t make it to watch a big game live.

Start a weeklong free trial on fuboTV now!

A Potential Option to Watch St Louis Cardinals Online is MLB.TV

For some, MLB.TV will be their main source to watch Cardinals game online. That’s because some people do not have every Cardinals game blacked out. If you aren’t blacked out, you’ll get just about every single game live streaming. Find out more on the service at the MLB.TV site.

Head over to our full MLB streaming guide for even more information. Or, check out our full guide to learn how to watch sports online without cable.

Matt Pelletier

Author 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. Disclosure: Streaming Observer is supported by readers. Articles may contain referral links. For more information, see the disclosure at the bottom of the page.

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