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How to Watch Royals Baseball in 2019 without a Cable



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With young talents like Whit Merrifield on the squad, the Kansas City Royals hope, if not this year, to fight for another title soon.


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The Kansas City Royals have given their fans no reason to celebrate since they won the 2015 World Series. They hit bottom in the past season, lost more than 100 games and finished last in AL Central.

In 2019, the Royals are in the middle of another conversion, but with young talents like Hunter Dozier, Whit Merrifield, Adalberto Mondesi and Jorge Soler, the conversion could go faster. The team could not win much this year, but it should be fun to see it.

If you're a fan of Royals, who happens to be a Cable Cutter you have several ways to keep up with the action – whether in Kansas City or Kansas City, an out-of-market Supporters of the club.


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Stream the Royals live on the Kansas City Market

2019 Royals games will be shown on Fox Sports Kansas City in the Kansas City Market. All major live TV services starting with Sling TV for only $ 25 a month, are offered by Fox Sports Kansas City.

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Sling TV ($ 25)

Fox Sports Kansas City is included in the Blue package from Sling TV with an award of $ 25 a month as an alternate channel to Fox Sports Midwest, in which the cross-state games of St. Louis Cardinals are represented. (The plan is currently being reduced to $ 15 a month for the first three months, almost bringing you to the All-Star break.) For national broadcasts, Sling TV's Orange Plan includes ESPN and ESPN2, and the Blue Plan includes Fox and FS1. Both plans offer TBS. The MLB network is available through the Sport Extra add-on, which costs US $ 5 for Sling Orange customers and US $ 10 for Sling Blue customers.


See Sling TV


FuboTV ($ 45)

FuboTV costs $ 45 a month and includes Fox Sports Kansas City. Click here for a list of regional sports networks that FuboTV operates. It also offers Fox, FS1 and TBS for national broadcasts, but not ESPN, ESPN2 or MLB Network.


See FuboTV


Hulu with Live TV (45 USD)

Hulu with live TV costs $ 45 a month and includes Fox Sports Kansas City. On the welcome page, click the "See all channels in your area" link to see which local channels are offered in your postcode. For national broadcasts Hulu offers live TV with ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 and TBS, but no MLB network.


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YouTube TV (50 USD)

YouTube TV costs $ 50 a month and includes Fox Sports Kansas City. These include the channels that broadcast national baseball broadcasts: ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1, MLB Network and TBS. Insert your postcode on the welcome page to see if Fox Sports Kansas City is available in your area.


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PlayStation Vue ($ 50)

PlayStation Vue's $ 50 monthly core plan includes Fox Sports Kansas City. The core plan also includes ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 MLB Network and TBS for national broadcasts. You can see if Fox Sports Kansas City is available in your area.


See PlayStation Vue


DirecTV Now ($ 70)

DirecTV No's $ 70-monthly Max package includes Fox Sports Kansas City. It also includes ESPN, ESPN2, Fox, FS1 and TBS for national broadcasts, but not the MLB network.


For more information, visit DirecTV Now


All live TV streaming services above offer free trial versions that you can cancel at any time. All require a secure Internet connection. Are you looking for more information? Take a look at our comprehensive Live TV Streaming Service Guide .

Out of Market Royals Streaming

If you're a Royals fan outside of Kansas City, you can not see Royals at Fox Sports Kansas City. However, you can stream your games live with an MLB.TV subscription.

You have two options:

  • Pay $ 119 per year (or $ 25 per month) to follow each out-of-market game live or on request and the in-market team (home) can have a 90-minute delay from the end of the game.
  • Pay $ 92 a year to see a single, non-marketed team. In this case the royals and nobody else.

Both MLB.TV plans also include home and outbound radio streams. The radio broadcasts are not subject to the blackout rule. So you can listen to home games live.

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