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The gushing adrenaline rush you feel when your favorite baseball team hits a homerun is an experience that leaves you speechless. However, you do not always have to purchase a ticket for a baseball game when you can root for your team from the comfort of your home.

From watching Live baseball games every week to getting all the latest major league updates, Spectrum TV hears loud and clear what baseball fanatics around the country want.

When you choose Charter Spectrum™ as your cable TV provider, you get to cherry-pick from a maximum of 200 channels. Need brief news alerts and sports headlines? You get ESPNews. Looking for a wider variety of sports channels? You get NFL Network, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, NBC Sports Network, and more.

Although, if you grew up rooting for the New York Yankees, you must be a baseball fan at the core. Well, the good news is Spectrum Cable TV ensures the Yankee game, which remains an essential ingredient of sports entertainment for a vast number of Americans, reaches their home screen. All baseball-obsessed fans, therefore, get an opportunity to catch their favorite Yankee channel on Spectrum!  

Charter Spectrum™ currently stands with over 26 million customers in 40 states. The provider’s signature TV packages are divided into three tiers i.e. SELECT, SILVER, and GOLD. The MLB Network is part of the SILVER and GOLD Spectrum channel lists. And, if you are a die-hard baseball fan, you also get the chance to subscribe to the MLB sports package add-on-- for commercial-free baseball coverage on MLB Strike Zone, and Live games four nights a week on MLB Extra Innings. So you can spice up the fun of watching the primary Yankee game channel on Spectrum.

MLB Network – A Brief Channel Overview

Co-owned by Major League Baseball, MLB Network made its entry in 2009. The network has a mixt programming roster, but it is primarily known for airing Live matches, match highlights, post-season telecasts, documentaries, and everything that any baseball fan would want to watch.

The popularity of MLB Network can be determined by the fact in about 6 years following its launch, the network managed to outspread its availability to 69 million American pay-TV households-- an estimated 60% of subscription television customers. Also, MLB Network started to air in Canada in 2014.

What Channel Number is MLB Network on Spectrum?

It is a tiresome feat to stay updated on the latest happenings in the world of sports. Especially if you have nitpicked baseball to fall in love with. Going through page after page on the Google search console, looking for Live press conferences, and trying to find out about big to small events in the realm of baseball, you would wish to get all the updates in a single swish. That is exactly what MLB Network offers. Courtesy of Charter Spectrum™ TV, you do not have to go elsewhere!

You can pick any of the three Spectrum TV plans, and get a mixt variety of televisual content to keep everyone in the family happy. Spectrum SELECT is the standard TV plan which gives you access to 125 channels at an affordable rate. But if MLB Network is a must-have, you would have to subscribe to the MLB sports package as an add-on or else pick Spectrum SILVER or GOLD channel lineup. Spectrum SILVER package (175 channels) and Spectrum GOLD package (200 channels) both include MLB Network.

Channel Name Spectrum SELECT Spectrum SILVER Spectrum GOLD
MLB Network X

 

Now onto the real deal. If you have recently subscribed to Spectrum TV and find yourself lost in the extensive Spectrum channel list as you try to find the exact channel number for MLB Network, do not fret. We can help.

We have curated an official channel listing for MLB network in various cities-- where Spectrum TV is currently more dominant. If you do not find your city here, you can visit this page, input your address & ZIP code, and find what channel number is MLB Network on Spectrum in your home city. 

City Channel Number
Austin, TX 95
Bakersfield, CA 111
Charlotte, NC 306
Cincinnati, OH 326
Cleveland, OH 326
Dallas, TX 306
Los Angeles, CA 306
New York, NY 306
Orlando, FL 100
Rochester, NY 306
Saint Louis, MO 80, 804
San Antonio, TX 306
Tampa, FL 159

 

What to Watch on MLB Network?

The Major League Baseball channel is immaculately put together for baseball fans in the U.S. and beyond. The core of MLB Network’s programming is the weekly Live game broadcasts but there is much more to it, that keeps you updated with the latest happenings in the world of American baseball, brings you daily updates, highlights, news and professional analyses—all the content that baseball fans would never want to miss out on.  

It is also worth mentioning the network has aired a number of must-watch documentaries like The Club which followed the 2010 Chicago White Sox, The Pen which showcased the bullpen of the 2009 Philadelphia Phillies, Rising Sons that told about Japanese players adapting to the American life, and Inside the Moments which brought to the screen stories behind unforgettable moments.

MLB Network Programming

Daily shows and other more current programs on MLB Network include:

  • ✓ MLB Tonight
  • ✓ MLB Central
  • ✓ MLB Network Showcase
  • ✓ Intentional Talk
  • ✓ Quick Pitch
  • ✓ High Heat
  • ✓ MLB Now
  • ✓ The Rundown
  • ✓ Play Ball
  • ✓ Diamond Demos
  • ✓ Bleacher Features
  • ✓ MLB Network Presents

All in all

As an all-round sports enthusiast, Spectrum gives you all the right reasons to secure a Spectrum TV subscription for your home. Sports channels are only one valuable part of the vast channel repository Spectrum offers-- which tells Spectrum sure does not forget how sports-crazed Americans are, especially when it comes to baseball. But that is not where it ends. The Spectrum channel lineup has great plenty of programming from all genres, and as we said earlier the provider carries many a sports network too.  

So, if you have for any reason been planning to switch TV providers or if you are relocating to any of the Spectrum service states, it may be worth making contact with Spectrum Customer Service and talk to a Spectrum professional. They will be able to guide you to the right plan by taking into account your needs, wants, and budget.