After a long delay due to the, the truncated when the New York Yankees visit the defending World Series champion Washington Nationals. While this year's regular-season campaign will be only 60 games, compared to the usual 162, baseball fans will still be able to watch out-of-market games through MLB.TV, the league's streaming service.
With the new season set to start later this week, T-Mobile announced on Friday that it will once again be offering free MLB.TV to T-Mobile and now Sprint users through the carrier's T-Mobile Tuesdays app, a perks program that the carrier .
Those looking to get the free subscription, which would otherwise run $60 for the shortened season, will need to head to the T-Mobile Tuesdays app between now and Tuesday, Aug. 4 at 1:59 a.m. PT (4:59 a.m. ET) to sign up.
T-Mobile has offered the service free to subscribers for several years. The carrier originally announced plans tobefore the pandemic delayed the season.
In addition to the MLB.TV subscription, T-Mobile is also giving out one-year subscriptions to the premium online sports site The Athletic.
Also valued at $60 for the year, the offer will be available in the T-Mobile Tuesdays app during the same two-week period, but you will need to enter a credit card for The Athletic subscription. If you don't cancel the subscription it will auto-renew at its regular $60 per year rate.