After being forced by the COVID-19 pandemic into a delayed and truncated season in 2020, Major League Baseball will return to something approaching normal in 2021. We’ll get a full 162-game regular season running from April 1 to October 3, and most teams will allow limited fan attendance at their games.
Unfortunately for those of us watching at home, it might be more difficult to catch our favorite teams in action. Over the last two years, Sling TV, FuboTV, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV have each in turn dropped Sinclair-owned Fox Sports regional networks from their lineups. Only the pricey AT&T TV streaming service will offer those channels, now rebranded Bally Sports regional networks, in 2021.