Often referred to as the ‘Big Red Machine’ by fans the Cincinnati Reds have had quite a few bad seasons lately. Though staunch fans will rebut our statement with saying “all teams have their days,” we tend to think the big red machine should turn green.
If you are a huge Cincinnati Red fan, it’s a good idea to put your money where your heart is and bet on them, but few do. Maybe that’s the reason you’re reading this because you don’t want to spend money on watching the Reds getting their butts kicked. Regardless of why you are here, we’re going to give you the low down on how to watch the Cincinnati Reds free online, though keep in mind the fact that legal is not always free.
Watch The Reds on the Official Website
You simply cannot get any more official than the MLB’s official television channel which seems to have a deep love for the Cincinnati Reds. The Reds get a decent amount of coverage for a losing team, but that should put a smile on the face of every fan reading this piece. But MLB.tv is not free, it’s only free if you’ve subscribed to their cable channel. One alternative if you’re a useless tech junkie is to beg people you know for their credentials and use that to stream the Cincinnati Reds game free via MLB.tv.
The other option is to pull out your nearly maxed out credit card to pay $19.99 a month or for the entire year a decent $109.99 knowing that you’re helping the MLB make ends meet. After all, they’ve got kids too!
Playstation Owners who are Reds Fans can Stream to their Hearts Delight
If you are not an 80s kid or had extremely strict parents, then you probably haven’t heard of the PlayStation yet. Regardless of your ignorance, it seems like Sony has taken a jibe at the streaming cable market with the VUE. Touted as a cable alternative for hipsters, people with no money or gamers who want to switch from Call of Duty to the Cincinnati Reds after half time it offers numerous sports channels. One of the channels worth noting for baseball fans is ESPN2 where you can catch live baseball action.
At $29.99 we don’t think the VUE is cheap, but it’s good because you can stream the Cincinnati Reds online via your PlayStation, iOS device, Amazon Fire TV, and Comcast.
If you’re looking for something better and possibly slighter cheaper, we have one more legal option!
Sling TV is Great way to Live Stream the Reds Online
Sling TV is one of the leading online regular cable alternatives which has a loyal fan base comprising of many Cincinnati Reds fans. ESPN and ESPN2 are part of the basic package, so you have nothing to worry about. Regarding quality, the streaming is smooth, but it pays to invest in a broadband connection.
Head over there now to check it out and sign up for the free seven day trial.
Watch Reds Live via DIRECTV NOW
DIRECTV NOW gives you the opportunity to live stream the Reds game whenever it airs. The service live streams ESPN and Fox Sports as part of its ‘Live a Little’ package for $35 a month. Though we’d recommed that you get the ‘Just Right’ package for $50 a month because it includes the MLB Network. What’s more AT&T throws in free data as part of the subscription. So you can stream all of the Reds game without having to worry about racking up a huge internet bill!
The illegal, Redneck option that could get you jail time, but then again that’s where home is at…
Google “Cincinnati Reds free streaming online”. You’re bound to come across many foreign websites breaching copyright law and your privacy.