What Channel Is The MLB Network On Spectrum?
by Mark Chen | Updated 10/25/23
While most people can watch the MLB Network on Spectrum on Channel 306, it’s on different channels in big cities like Dallas and Louisville.
Baseball is my favorite sport. I used to go to Dodger games as a kid and I loved Mike Piazza. That’s why I made this guide on where to find MLB if you’re a Spectrum customer.
Look below to find the right channel to watch on.
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MLB Network Spectrum Channels
|MLB on Spectrum|
|San Diego||76, 306|
|Long Beach||418, 718|
|Lexington||90, 536, 537|
|Louisville||90, 536, 537|
|Kansas City||92, 306|
|Columbus||97, 536, 537, 1536|
Spectrum MLB Channels (NY/NC/CA/TX)
You can watch the MLB Network on Spectrum on Channel 306 in New York and North Carolina.
306 is also the right channel for most cities in California (LA/San Diego/Anaheim) and Texas (Corpus Christi/San Antonio/Austin/El Paso).
Where this is not the case is Dallas Texas, where instead of 306, you’ll need to surf to channel 31 or 750.
In Austin, you also have the option to watch on Channel 95 as well as 306.
For California, 418 and 718 are the right channels for MLB in Long Beach while 111 and 1111 are where you need to go to watch in Bakersfield.
Where Can You Watch MLB In Kentucky
Spectrum customers in Kentucky can watch the MLB network on channels 90, 536, and 537.
Channels 326 and 1325 are the right ones to watch MLB in Milwaukee, Cincinnati, and Cleveland.
Columbus residents can’t go to channels 326 and 1326 – if they want to watch, they’ll need to go to channels 97, 536, 537, or 1536.
Other Places To Surf To
There are several other places where you can watch MLB if you have Spectrum.
These include cities like Reno, Birmingham, Montgomery, Indianapolis, and Kansas City.
MLB is just on some random channels in these cities so the easiest way to find out where it is if you live in these cities is just to look at our list below.
Reno: 81, 811
Birmingham: 419, 1419
Montgomery: 76, 819
Indianapolis: 419, 1419
Kansas City: 92, 306
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I hope you were able to get to MLB in time to see the Dodgers hit another grand slam.
They say baseball is dying and is boring but I guess I’m one of those weird ones that watch every Dodger game that I’m free for.
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