Reigning NL East champs the Braves welcome division rivals the New York Mets on Saturday, hoping to replicate their series win at Citi Field earlier this week.
The Braves sealed their first series victory of the season with a crushing 14-1 final, a defeat that the Mets will be desperate to make amends for at SunTrust Park.
That match saw Braves star Darby Swanson live up to some of the pre-season hype that has some pundits tipping him to be one of 2020’s breakout players, with the 26-year-old notching up five RBIs. He went on to follow that impressive display by going 2-for-4 with a double, a run scored, an RBI, plus a stolen base in Atlanta’s midweek 7-4 win over Tampa Bay.
Freddie Freeman also looks in fine form following his recovery from Covid-19, notching up four hits and drives in three runs for the Braves’ during Wednesday’s win over the Rays.
The Mets travel to Atlanta having rebuilt some of their dented confidence by shelling the Red Sox for 18 runs during the first two games of their series earlier this week at Fenway Park.
Read on for full details on how to get a live stream of New York Mets at Atlanta Braves, no matter where you are in the world, with our guide below.
New York Mets at Atlanta Braves: Where and when?
- Game 1: Friday July 31, 7.10pm ET, SNY, Fox Sports South
- Game 2: Saturday, August 1, 7.10pm ET, SNY, Fox Sports South
- Game 3: Sunday, August 2, 1.10pm ET, TBS, SNY, Fox Sports South-East,
- Game 4: Monday, August 3, 7.10pm ET, Fox Sports 1, SNY, Fox Sports South
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How to watch New York Mets at Atlanta Braves online in the US
Despite the many Coronavirus-enforced changes to the 2020 MLB season, the way games are broadcast is largely the same as last year.
MLB.TV (free 3-day trial offered) remains the best bet for for fans outside of their home team’s city looking to watch out-of-market games. With the season having been compressed, its price has been slashed to just $59.99 for access to every team’s games, or $49.99 to follow a single team. A subscription covers the entire regular season, plus the playoffs and World Series.
The service is hindered by local blackouts, but you can bypass these restrictions by using a VPN as detailed in our guide, and pointing your computer to an out-of-market location.
As ever, you’ll be able to watch on your local regional sports networks such as local Fox Sports channels, SportsNet LA (Los Angeles Dodgers), the YES Network (New York Yankees) and NESN (Boston Red Sox), while regular MLB broadcasters such as Fox, Fox Sports 1, TBS, MLB Network and ESPN are going to be broadcasting as well.
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Anyone looking to watch the New York Mets at Atlanta Braves series in the New York area will need to tune in to SNY, while Fox Sports South is the channel to head to if you’re in Atlanta. The final match of the series, meanwhile, is set to be broadcast nationally on Fox Sports 1.
How to stream New York Mets at Atlanta Braves live in the UK
UK viewers will be able to watch live action from the 2020 MLB season via BT Sport with coverage across its channels. You can also stream games via the BT Sport app and on its webpage. Unfortunately none of this four games in this series have been selected to be shown live on BT, meaning UK baseball fans will need to head to MLB.TV. The streaming service is also available in the UK, where it costs around £50 for the full offering.
How to stream New York Mets at Atlanta Braves live in Canada
There’s a number of options for watching MLB in Canada this season.Those with a cable subscription will be able to watch games via Sportsnet, TVA Sports, TSN and RDS which will also offer coverage online as well.
MLB.TV is also available to Candians with only Blue Jays matches subject to local blackouts.