The Cleveland Indians play most of their games on Fox Sports Ohio, a regional sports network.
Where can I listen to the Cleveland Indians?
The Indians announced their television broadcast slate today for the upcoming 2020 season, with 57 of the 60 games televised on SportsTime Ohio. Fox will carry the games not on STO (July 30 @ MIN, Aug. 29 @ STL and Sept. 12 @ MIN) while FS1 will simulcast a game on August 11 against Chicago-NL.
Subscribers to Spectrum and DirecTV can watch the Indians live. Subscribers to AT&T TV (Choice plan) can stream Indians games. The Bally Sports App, replacing Fox Sports Go, is available as well after launching in late April.
How to watch local TV without cable or an antenna: Locast is available for streaming at www.locast.org, app stores, TiVo, streaming service providers Google Play, Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon, and ROKU, and on DISH Hopper/Wally receivers or select DIRECTV receivers.
The channel number of CBS varies by city and by whether you have a cable or satellite provider (or use an antenna). There are over 200 local CBS TV stations across the country, with at least one in every state, including the US Virgin Islands, Guam, and Puerto Rico. Who carries CBS? The Eye is everywhere.
CLEVELAND, Ohio — WUAB Channel 43 becomes the new Northeast Ohio home for the CW starting Monday, July 16.
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The MLB World Series will be broadcast on Fox. If you don’t have cable you can stream the World Series with a subscription to any live TV streaming service that carries Fox. During the regular season and playoff rounds, national MLB games are also spread across channels like MLB Network, ESPN, FS1, and TBS.
MLB EXTRA INNINGS can be found on Ch. 721 – 749 and include the following: MLB Network Strike Zone (Ch. 719) provides a high-speed look at every MLB game across the league during the regular season.