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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.
Founded in 1969, the San Diego Padres have won two National League pennants and five Western Division titles. Although the team hasn’t won a World Series, its lineup has included several exceptional players, including Hall of Famers like Dave Winfield, Goose Gossage, Rollie Fingers, Tony Gwynn and Willie McCovey.
FOX Sports San Diego broadcasts every Padres game, except for those that come under a national blackout. But you have to live in the team’s regional TV network area to get access. You can also watch Padres’ live streams with the right streaming service package.
How to stream the San Diego Padres
For those without a cable subscription, the following providers come with FOX Sports San Diego so you can access Padres’ streams. Note that you have to be within the regional TV network area to watch and that national blackouts still apply.
How to watch the San Diego Padres on cable
If you have a cable subscription, you’ll want to know what channel Padres’ games are on. There are several cable and satellite providers that’ll let you access the game through FOX Sports San Diego. So check out the table below to find out how to tune in different cities.
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.
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