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How to Watch Every Toronto Blue Jays Game Live

Written by Madeline Lylo

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Our top pick for watching the Blue Jays in 2023 from America is to add an MLB.TV subscription to ESPN+. Canadian fans can watch the team live without cable on Sportsnet NOW.

How to watch Blue Jays games
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Table of Contents
  1. Important channels
  2. From America
  3. National TV
  4. FAQ
  5. More MLB Teams

The best option for watching the Blue Jays in the United States is MLB.TV. Blue Jays fans can sign up for MLB.TV a la carte on Amazon Prime, or by adding the package to Fubo or ESPN+.

MLB.TV on ESPN+

Add MLB.TV to an ESPN+ account and get Blue Jays games, plus UFC Fights.

$24.99 / month

Signup for MLB.TV on ESPN+

Fubo

Add MLB.TV to a Fubo account to get the most Blue Jays coverage.

$74.99 / month

7 Day Free Trial

Important channels

As MLB’s only Canadian team, there are some familiar options for watching the Jays, especially when they appear on national TV, and some peculiarities specific to this franchise.

DIRECTV STREAM – ChoiceFuboHulu + Live TVOrange & Blue Sports ExtraYouTube TV
ESPN ESPN
FOX FOX
FS1 FS1
MLB Network MLB Network
TBS TBS

From America

If you sign up for a single team MLB.TV package, you can watch the Blue Jays for $109.99 per season. MLB blackout rules apply to MLB.TV.


National TV

As a team playing in the popular AL East division, a division that features the Red Sox and Yankees, the Blue Jays will be on national TV more than some other teams. Here is our guide to watching nationally televised MLB games.

FAQ

How can I watch the Blue Jays without cable in Canada?

Canadian MLB fans can watch most Blue Jays games live without cable on Sportsnet NOW. Sportsnet NOW also carries a large selection of Canadian NHL games, including Maple Leaf’s games, throughout the hockey season.

More MLB Teams

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