Baseball Audio Resources: Radio Stations, Apps, and Podcasts

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Looking for baseball on radio? Whether you live in the city where your baseball team plays or thousands of miles away from your favorite team, there are options for getting your fix.

If you love baseball, these starting points should give you a great edge in finding all the audio you want to enjoy the game to the fullest. Listen to a podcast produced by your favorite team, and don't miss live play on the radio. 

Flagship Stations

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Flagship AM and FM radio stations that provide coverage of baseball teams are listed on the MLB.TV Media Center page at MLB.com.

The call letters for each team’s hometown station are listed, along with the teams that are playing, which team is playing at home and which is playing away, and the game time. After the game is complete, you can search game date and listen to the highlights or a condensed version of the game.

Flagship stations usually have an affiliated network of geographically separate smaller stations that rebroadcast the audio from the flagship station on game day. To find out if there's a network station closer to you, contact the flagship station and inquire.

Satellite Radio

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In addition, to live play-by-play coverage, Sirius XM subscription radio service offers baseball fans 24-hour coverage of baseball on MLB Network Radio, the premium radio channel dedicated to covering Major League Baseball seven days a week.

MLB Network radio offers comprehensive radio coverage of the Major Leagues with a daily lineup of talk shows hosted by baseball experts and insiders such as Jim Bowden, Mike Ferrin, Jeff Joyce, Steve Phillips, and Jim Duquette.

MLB.com Podcasts

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MLB.com produces a lineup of baseball podcasts that include 30 team-specific podcasts and over 20 general-interest baseball podcasts. Download the free podcasts to your mobile device and take baseball with you everywhere you go.

You can subscribe to these MLB podcasts over iTunes or in any player via the RSS feed. You can also listen online and download an episode.

Mobile Apps

At Bat is the official app of Major League Baseball and a source for live baseball on your iPhone, iPad, or Android devices. The app charges a monthly or yearly fee for all live games from opening day to the World Series.

Along with general interest baseball apps, most MLB teams have their own baseball apps. Fans of a specific team can be super focused on a single team's scores, stats, schedules, news, trade info, and local events.

Network Television

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MLB Network is a TV channel, not a radio station, but it supplies full-time coverage of baseball during the season and baseball talk shows in the offseason.

Check your local channel lineup for MLB Network. It's available through many providers in the US, including Dish, DIRECTV, Cox, and YouTube TV.

Minor League

MLB Pipeline podcasts
 

Anyone interested in up and coming players can benefit from the MLB Pipeline podcast. It's packed with exclusive coverage of Minor League Baseball that you can't get anywhere else. 

MiLB.com, the official website of Minor League Baseball, provides fans with audio of Minor League play around the country. Visit its Listen Live page for more information.