How to Listen to San Francisco Giants Radio and Stream Games Live Online (MLB Radio)

Where can I hear to San Francisco Giants baseball games streaming online?

San Francisco Giants baseball games can be heard on the radio locally in the San Francisco area.  To listen to Giants radio baseball games in the San Francisco area tune into their flagship station KNBR 680 AM.

If you're an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad user, you can watch and listen to SF Giants games using the MLB At Bat app.

To stream audio of San Francisco Giants games live online you'll need to subscribe to Gameday Audio which allows you to listen to every 2011 Regular Season and Postseason game LIVE online (no blackout restrictions).  If you're part of Fantasy Baseball Commissioner, your entire league gets Gameday Audio for FREE. 

To watch San Francisco Giants games and other Major League Baseball games online, or on an iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Android phone you'll want to sign up for

NOTE: MLB does not permit any internet radio provider to stream broadcasts of baseball games, even within local markets.

Here's where you can start listening to San Fran Giants baseball games on the radio from the Giants Radio Network:

California affiliates
KBKY 94.1 FM Merced, CA
KEKA 101.5 FM Eureka, CA
KFIG/KFPT 1430 AM/790 AM Fresno, CA
KKJL 1400 AM San Luis Obispo, CA
KMFB 92.7 FM/96.7 FM Mendocino, CA
KNBR (English flagship) 680 AM San Francisco, CA
KNTK 102.3 FM Mt. Shasta, CA

Out of State affiliate
KJFK 1230 AM Reno, NV
KKEA 1420 AM Honolulu, HI
KPUA 670 AM Hilo, HI
KUIK 1360 AM Hillsboro, OR
KIQI (Spanish Radio) 1010 AM



1 Comment

anonymous by Bonnie on 5/30/2014
This sucks!
I work in a warehouse environment where there's no AM radio reception.
FM is usually okay.
Why doesn't MLB get some local FM stations to broadcast the games then (like they have for football and hockey games)?
Our computers at work are run by the IT department, and, even i we could download an app to listen to games, IT wouldn't allow us to download it - afraid of virus infections.
So, perhaps adding some FM stations to broadcast the games could be done.

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