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How to watch the Philadelphia Phillies

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May 15, 2020 — 1 min read

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In an effort to fight the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), the MLB has delayed the start of the 2020 regular season. We’ll continue to update this page as more information is announced.

How to watch the Philadelphia Phillies

Meet the Philadelphia Phillies — the longest standing franchise in Major League Baseball. However, despite the team’s long history, it has only won two World Series titles in the last 40 years.

The franchise began life as the Philadelphia Quakers back in 1883. The team changed its name to the Quakers/Phillies in 1884 and became the Phillies in 1890.

Success was slow to arrive in Philadelphia — the franchise took 86 years to win its first division title in 1976. However, it then went on to win three division titles in the next four seasons. The organization won its first World Series in 1980. A second World Series title followed in 2008. The team has a total of 11 Eastern Division titles and seven National League pennants.

NBC Sports Philadelphia broadcasts most Phillies action. 

How to stream the Philadelphia Phillies

Philadelphia Phillies games are available through any streaming provider that has NBC Sports Philadelphia in its channel lineup. These include:

ProviderMonthly priceNBC Sports Philadelphia
FuboTV$54.99
Hulu + Live TV$54.99
YouTube TV$49.99

How to watch the Philadelphia Phillies on cable

ProviderDelaware County EastLower MerionMontgomery County, Willowgrove RbldPhiladelphiaPhiladelphia Area 1, Philadelphia (MDU), Philadelphia (PHA)Philadelphia Area 2Philadelphia (NW)Southeastern PA
Comcast3646388 / 9 / 847195462
DIRECTV696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1696-1 / 698-1
DISH Network412412412412412412412412
Verizon FiOS99 / 576 / 580 / 152576 / 576 / 1525

The MLB has yet to announce game schedules for the modified 2020 regular season. We’ll update this page soon after that information becomes available.