Padres vs. Mets Livestream: How to Watch Game 2 of the Wild Card Series Online

Despite the New York Mets having the highest payroll in baseball, leading the National League East for most of the year and boasting 101 wins, the New York Mets could see their season-ending today. The San Diego Padres defeated the Mets 7-1 in New York on Friday and with a Game 2 win, the Padres will return to Southern California to play the Dodgers in the Division Series and the Mets will travel home. Two former Cy Young honorees — the Mets’ Jacob deGrom and the Padres’ Blake Snell — will face each other as starters. Game 2 begins today at 7:37pm ET (4:37pm PT). ESPN.

Jacob deGrom of the New York Mets.

Jacob deGrom will take the mound for the Mets in Game 2 against the San Diego Padres today.

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So you can follow baseball’s postseason from the wild card round through the World Series wirelessly.

What is the Padres-Mets Series schedule?

The Mets nearly won the NL East but lost a tiebreaker to the Braves and now face the Padres in the wild card round. However, they finished with a better record than the Padres, so all three games will be played at Citi Field in Queens.

Here’s the schedule for the Padres-Mets series.

  • Game 1: Padres 7, Mets 1 (San Diego leads, 1-0)
  • Game 2: Saturday at 7:37 p.m. ET (4:37 p.m. PT) on ESPN
  • Game 3: Sunday at 7:37 p.m. ET (4:37 p.m. PT) on ESPN (if necessary)

Click here for the full off-season schedule.

What channels do I need to watch the MLB playoffs?

All wild card games take place on ESPN, ESPN2 and ABC. Looking ahead, the next two rounds in the National League (NLDS and NLCS) will be played on Fox and FS1, while the ALDS and ALCS will be played on TBS. The World Series, which begins October 28, will be broadcast on Fox.

How can I watch the MLB playoffs without cable?

Three of the big five live TV streaming services offer all the channels you need to watch every postseason game, but not every service broadcasts every local network, so check each one using the links below to make sure ABC and Fox will transfer your territory.

If you live in an area with good reception, you can watch a wild card game or two on ABC and the World Series on Fox for free on wireless broadcast channels simply by attaching an affordable (under $30) indoor antenna to almost any TV.

YouTube TV costs $65 per month and includes ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC for the wildcard rounds, and Fox, FS1, and TBS for future rounds. Enter your zip code on the welcome page to see what local networks are available in your area. Read our YouTube TV review.

Hulu with Live TV is $70 per month and includes ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC, plus Fox, FS1, and TBS for future rounds. On the welcome page, click the “View Channels Near You” link to see what local channels are available in your zip code. Read our Hulu with Live TV review.

FuboTV’s family plan costs $70 per month and includes ESPN, ESPN2, and ABC for the wild card round-robin games. It also includes Fox and FS1 for the NLDS, NLCS and World Series, but does not provide TBS for ALDS and ALCS. Click here to see which local channels you get. Read our FuboTV review.

All of the above live TV streaming services offer free trials, can be canceled at any time and require a solid internet connection. Are you looking for more information? Check out ours Live TV Streaming Services Guide.

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