How to Watch Milwaukee Brewers Games Streaming Online without Cable (MLB TV)

How can I watch Milwaukee Brewers baseball games streaming online without cable TV?
by Updated May 19, 2022

Watch Milwaukee Brewers Games

Milwaukee Brewers games can be watched online on your smartphone and personal computer, as well as your on big screen TV without paying for cable TV. Most Milwaukee Brewers games are televised on the teams flaghip TV station Bally Sports Wisconsin or shown nationally on FOX, FS1, ESPN and MLBN. To hear Brewers games broadcast in Spanish, tune into Sunday home games by Milwaukee's Telemundo network affiliate, WYTU-LD 

If you no longer have cable TV or don't live in the surrounding Milwaukee Brewers broadcast area for Fox Sports Wisconsin, you can still watch games streaming online. Here are the best ways to watch Milwaukee Brewers games without having to pay a huge cable bill.

Ways to Watch Milwaukee Brewers Games

1) TV Channel / Cable: Milwaukee Brewers Flagship TV station(s): Bally Sports Wisconsin

2) Streaming Media: Amazon Prime Video, ESPN+

3) MLB.TVMLB At Bat iPhone app or MLB At Bat for Android

Watch Milwaukee Brewers on Apple Devices (iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad)

To watch Milwaukee Brewers games live on your Apple device download the MLB At Bat iPhone app and MLB At Bat iPad app then sign up for MLB.TV.  MLB At Bat features a MLB.TV Free Game of the Day, and in-Game Highlights. With an MLB.TV All Teams subscription your can watch every out-of-market game. You can also listen to Home, Away and Spanish-language (where available) radio broadcasts.

Watch Milwaukee Brewers on Android Devices and Kindle Fire Tablets

To watch to the Milwaukee Brewers on your Android phone device use the MLB At Bat for Android. To watch the Milwaukee Brewers games or other Major League Baseball games online you'll want to sign up for MLB.TV.

Watch Milwaukee Brewers on Amazon Prime / Fire TV 

You can also watch Brewers games on Amazon Prime Video. To watch on your HDTV with Amazon Fire TV, simply download the MLB At Bat app to your Fire TV stick and sign up for

MLB.TV Yearly and Monthly subscribers are able to watch both Home or Away video broadcasts. Whether your team is at home or on the road, never miss your favorite announcers calling your team's game. You can also Listen to every regular season and Postseason game LIVE online and on supported iOS and Android devices with no blackouts. Choose home, away, or alternate audio.

NOTE: "All live games streamed on any MLB.TV product and available through At Bat are subject to local, regional or national blackouts. If a game is blacked out in an area or available exclusively via Facebook as described below, it is not available for live game viewing through MLB.TV. If you are an MLB.TV subscriber within an area subject to blackout, the applicable game will be available as an archived game approximately 90 minutes after the conclusion of the game."

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1 Comment

anonymous by Ron barribeau on 1/1/2021

How can I watch 2021 Brewers games. Dish tv does not have Brewers (Fox Sports Wisconsin) as a network anymore.

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