Streaming Options – The Streamable

The Boston Red Sox meets the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 at 7:10 p.m. EDT. The game will be broadcast exclusively on Bally Sports Detroit, Fox Sports Detroit and NESN, which you can stream using a live TV streaming service.

Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers

In Detroit, the game will be streamed on Bally Sports Detroit (formerly Fox Sports Detroit), available with a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM. Since Hulu, YouTube TV, fuboTV, and Sling TV don’t broadcast Bally Sports Detroit, this is your only way to stream Detroit Tigers games year-round.

In Boston, the game will be streamed on NESN, available with a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM. You can also stream it on fuboTV to watch Boston Red Sox games year-round.

Can You Stream Boston Red Sox vs. Detroit Tigers on MLB.TV?

For those not in the market you can stream most games on MLB.TV but this Boston Red Sox vs Detroit Tigers match will not be available as it is on MLB Network.

However, during the MLB regular season, you can watch almost every out-of-market game with a subscription to MLB.TV Online. You can try MLB.TV with a 7-day free trial.

You can stream this game wirelessly on Apple TV, Roku, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and mobile devices using live TV streaming service like DIRECTV STREAM and fuboTV. If you haven’t tried it yet, you can get a 5-day free trial of DIRECTV STREAM.

All live TV streaming options

Price: $89.99
Contains: Bally Sports Detroit, Fox Sports Detroit and NESN + 35 top cable channels


Price: $69.99
Contains: NESN + 27 top cable channels

Detroit Tigers vs. Boston Red Sox Game Preview: The Red Sox welcome the Tigers and look to continue their home winning streak

Detroit Tigers (26-42, fourth at AL Central) vs. Boston Red Sox (38-31, third at AL East)

Boston; Wednesday, 7:10 p.m. EDT

PITCHING PROBABILITY: Tigers: Tarik Skubal (5-4, 2.89 ERA, 1.07 WHIP, 79 strikeouts); Red Sox: Michael Wacha (5-1, 2.28 ERA, 1.03 WHIP, 41 strikeouts)

SPORTS FANDUEL LINE: Red Sox -156, Tiger +133; over/under is 8 1/2 runs

BOTTOM LINE: The Boston Red Sox will be looking to keep their three-game winning streak alive when they play the Detroit Tigers.

Boston has a 38-31 record overall and a 19-16 record in home games. The Red Sox have a 28-14 record in games when they hit eight or more.

Detroit is 26-42 overall and 9-20 in road games. The Tigers have a 5-3 record in games when they hit at least two home runs.

The teams meet on Wednesday for the sixth time this season. The Red Sox lead 4-1 in the season series.

TOP PERFORMER: Rafael Devers has 24 doubles, a treble and 16 home runs for the Red Sox. Xander Bogaerts is 16-to-37 with four doubles in the last 10 games.

Miguel Cabrera ranks sixth in the Tigers with a .300 batting average and has seven doubles, three home runs, 11 walks and 23 RBI. Javier Baez is 9-for-35 with two homers and four RBI in his last 10 games.

LAST 10 GAMES: Red Sox: 7-3, .265 batting average, 3.64 ERA, better than opponents by 12 runs

Tigers: 2-8, .260 batting average, 6.14 ERA, surpassed on 29 runs

INJURIES: Red Sox: Christian Arroyo: 10 days IL (Covid-19), Nathan Eovaldi: 15 days IL (back), Garrett Whitlock: 15 days IL (hip), Kike Hernandez: 10 days IL (hip), Matt Barnes: 15 days IL (shoulder), Josh Taylor: 60 days IL (back), Chris Sale: 60 days IL (rib), James Paxton: 60 days IL (elbows)

Tigers: Harold Castro: Day by Day (Calf), Austin Meadows: 10 Days IL (covid-19), Daz Cameron: 10 Days IL (covid-19), Casey Mize: 60 Days IL (elbows), Michael Pineda: 15 Days IL (Fingers), Kyle Funkhouser: 60-Days IL (Shoulder), Matt Manning: 10-Days IL (Shoulder), Spencer Turnbull: 60-Days IL (Elbows), Jake Rogers: 60-Days IL (Elbows), Jose Cisnero: 60-Day IL (Shoulder)

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