How to watch Pirates games on TV in 2024 with & without cable: Full Streaming Guide

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Spring training is already in full swing, which means that Opening Day isn't far behind. The Pirates will suit up for Opening Day on March 28 to start a series on the road against the Marlins.

But if you're not traveling to Miami, then you're going to need a way to watch the Buccos.

How to watch the Pirates on cable in 2024

The Pittsburgh Pirates recently made an agreement to become co-owners of SportsNet Pittsburgh (with the Pittsburgh Penguins). That means all of their games - when they aren't televised nationally - will air on that network.

When not on SportsNet Pittsburgh, you'll find the Pirates on ESPN, MLB Network, FS1 and FS2.

How to watch the Pirates without cable in 2024

If you've cut the cord, then you've got just a couple of options to catch the Pirates. One is fuboTV and the other is DIRECTV Stream.

We'll cover both below.

How to watch the Pirates on DirectTV Stream

  • Price: $100/month (Choice plan)
  • Free trial: Five days

A DirectTV Stream subscription that includes SportsNet Pittsburgh will run you $100/month with the Choice plan, which includes 105+ channels including MLB Network, FOX, and ESPN. There are a whole host of other channels for all of your cable-to-streaming needs.

How to watch the Pirates on fuboTV

  • Price: $79.99/month (Pro plan)
  • Free trial: Seven days

fuboTV offers two plans - Pro and Elite. Elite includes more channels and over 100 events in 4K. Both packages include 10+ streams and 1,000 hours of cloud DVR.

You can save $20 on your first month of fuboTV here.

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