Watch Some Of The Biggest Baseball Games On ESPN+ With This 7-Day Free Trial

ESPN+ is the network's own streaming service, which is supposed to compliment the family of ESPN channels that you'd subscribe to through your cable or satellite provider. ESPN+ costs $4.99 per month and for most people that's a great price to get some extra sports coverage.

With the MLB season getting ready to kick off tomorrow, ESPN+ has released its schedule of MLB games that will be streaming on its service for the rest of March and into April. On opening day, it'll be streaming Atlanta at Philadelphia at 3PM. Other big games in March include Baltimore at New York Yankees on March 30 at 1PM and St. Louis at Milwaukee on March 31 at 2PM.

April is when the season really gets underway, and kicking things off on April Fools' Day is the New York Mets at Miami at 7PM. On April 6 at 1PM, Kansas City visits Detroit, while the Yankees visit Baltimore on April 7 at 1PM.

ESPN+ has at least one game everyday throughout March and April, which is pretty impressive for a brand new service. Though, ESPN has had plenty of MLB games on its channels in the past few years as well, so this should come as no surprise. Baseball isn't the only thing that ESPN+ has available on its platform this month. With the NHL Playoffs coming very soon, there will be additional NHL games available. The teams have not been announced yet, seeing as the regular season is still underway. There are also new episodes of Kevin Durant's The Boardroom streaming starting April 3.

As mentioned, ESPN+ is available for just $4.99 per month, which is pretty cheap, and you're getting a ton of content that you won't find on ESPN offered by your cable company. If you are a big UFC fan, then this is a really good option, as you're getting the UFC PPV's as well as Fight Nights included. ESPN+ is available on virtually every platform too. That includes Android smartphones, tablets and TV, iOS, Fire TV, Roku, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and much more.

If you're interested in what ESPN+ may have to offer, you can sign up for a free trial (which will last seven days) and then it's $4.99 afterwards. You can sign up for a free trial to ESPN+ from the link below.

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