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3 Live Streaming Services Add SNY

The channel is the TV home of the Mets.

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Three live streaming services — Hulu, YouTube TV and fuboTV — this week have added the SNY (SportsNet New York) regional sports channel, just in time for Opening Day baseball.

SNY is the TV home of the New York Mets, which begin their season today with a 1:10 p.m. ET game at Citi Field against the St. Louis Cardinals. St. Louis’ Carlos Martinez is expected to face the Mets’ Noah ‘Thor’ Syndergaard.

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Hulu, YouTube TV and fuboTV all offer packages of live channels online starting at $39.99, $40 and $44.99 respectively.

Like with cable and satellite services, the live streamers can only show SNY’s Mets games in the team’s local market. Subscribers outside the tri-state New York area will not be able to watch the games.

There have been reports that DIRECTV Now, another live streamer, has also added SNY, but there is no indication of the addition on the streamer’s web site. The TV Answer Man has asked DIRECTV Now’s Twitter customer service team for a clarification and will report back here if we receive a response.

— Phillip Swann

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2 Comments on 3 Live Streaming Services Add SNY

  1. I was wondering if the SNY stream would be available in northern upstate New York? This area is in MLB’s blackout area for the Mets and Yankees.

  2. Susan sanchez // March 31, 2018 at 10:36 am // Reply

    I am getting NY METS games on Comcast Extra-Innings subscription but so far, the first game on SNY is NOT in high definition. I want high definition, got all games last year in H/D!

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