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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 26 December 2008 23:29

MLB NetworkThe MLB Network launches on Jan. 1 -- less than one week away -- to approximately 50 million households. Many have contacted The Biz of Baseball wondering where they can catch the new 24/7/365 channel when it launches.

Here’s some (not all) channel options in several markets, for those looking for where MLB Network will be broadcasted starting on New Year’s Day (see the comments as more markets are being looked at):

Nationwide (DirecTV is in all locations, Verizon FiOS in select locations):

  • DirecTV (channel 213)
  • Verizon FiOS (channel 86)
Select major markets (may not cover every zip code location)
  • Phoenix area:
    Cox Communications (channel 175)
  • Chicago area:
    Comcast (channel 410)
    RCN (channel 410)
  • San Francisco area:
    Comcast (channel 412)
  • San Diego area:
    Cox Communications (channel 130)
  • Seattle area:
    Comcast (channel 407)
  • Portland area:
    Comcast (channel 419)
  • Denver area:
    Comcast (channel 420)
  • Salt Lake City area:
    Comcast (channel 279)
  • Albuquerque area:
    Comcast (channel 271)
  • El Paso area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel TBD)
  • Austin area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 423)
  • Dallas area:
    Charter Communications (channel 291)
    Time Warner Cable (channel TBD)
    Verizon FiOS (channel 86)
  • San Antonio area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 255)
  • Houston area:
    Comcast (channel 108)
    Phonoscope Ltd (channel 103)
  • Lincoln, Nebraska area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 237)
  • Omaha area:
    Cox Communications (channel 227)
  • Witchata area:
    Cox Communications (channel 263)
  • Kansas City, KS area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 199)
  • Minneapolis area:
    Comcast (channels 272 and 733)
  • St. Louis area:
    Charter Communications (channel 412)
  • Cincinnati area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 178)
  • Memphis area:
    Comcast (channel 279)
  • Jackson, MS area:
    Comcast (channel 279)
  • New Orleans area:
    Cox Communications (channel 312)
  • Milwaukee area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 122)
  • Detroit area:
    Charter Communications (channel 94)
    Comcast (channel 279)
  • Indianapolis area:
    Bright House Networks (channel 124)
  • Columbus, OH area
    Time Warner Cable (channel 413)
  • Cleveland area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel 326)
  • Harrisburg, PA area:
    Comcast (channel 280)
  • Pittsburgh area:
    Comcast (channels 181 and 124)
    Verizon FiOS (channel 86)
  • Allentown area:
    Service Electric Cable TV (channel 30)
  • Philadelphia area:
    Comcast (channel 280)
    Hotwire Communications (channel TBD)
  • Buffalo area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel TBD)
  • Albany, NY area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel TBD)
  • Manchester, NH area:
    Comcast (channels 185 and 269)
  • Providence area:
    Cox Communications (channel 129)
    Verizon FiOS (channel 86)
  • Boston area:
    Comcast (channels 195 and 269)
    RCN (channel 391)
  • Springfield, MA area:
    Comcast (channels 185 and 269)
  • Danbury, CT area:
    Comcast (channel 280)
  • New York, New York area:
    RCN (channel 391)
    Time Warner Cable (channel 174)
  • Edison, NJ area:
    DirecTV (channel 213)
  • Dover, DE area:
    Comcast (channels 185 and 269)
  • Baltimore area:
    Comcast (channel 267)
  • Washington, D.C. area:
    Comcast (channel 280)
    RCN (channel 391)
  • Richmond, VA area:
    Comcast (channel 280)
    Verizon FiOS (channel 86)
  • Hampton, VA area:
    Cox Communications (channel 214)
  • Charlotte area:
    Time Warner Cable (channel TBD)
  • Macon area:
    Cox Communications (channel 339)
  • Jacksonville area:
    Comcast (channel 279)
  • Gainesville area:
    Cox Communications (channel 108)
  • Orlando area:
    Bight House Networks (channel 100)
    Comcast (channel 100)
  • Tampa area:
    Bright House Networks (channel 159)
  • Palm Bay area:
    Bright House Networks (channel 100)
  • Sarasota area:
    Comcast (channel 279)
    Verizon FiOS (channel 86)
  • Jupiter area:
    Comcast (channel 741)
  • Miami area:
    Comcast (channel 279)
  • Key West area:
    Comcast (channel 279)

Use MLB Network’s Zip Code Locator to verify your exact coverage


  • Dish Network/Echostar
  • MDU Communications
  • AT&T U-Verse
  • Stellar Private Cable Systems
  • Intertech Private Cable
  • Cavalier Telephone And TV
  • Watson Cable Company
If you find a company that is NOT CARRYING MLB Network, that is not in our list, please post in the comments

Maury BrownMaury Brown is the Founder and President of the Business of Sports Network, which includes The Biz of Baseball, The Biz of Football, The Biz of Basketball and The Biz of Hockey. He is contributor to Baseball Prospectus, and is available as a freelance writer. Brown's full bio is here. He looks forward to your comments via email and can be contacted through the Business of Sports Network.

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