How to watch Blue Jays games on TV in 2024 with & without cable: Full Streaming Guide

Here's how to catch every Toronto Blue Jays game on TV this year.

Feb 29, 2024; Dunedin, Florida, USA;  Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Jose Berrios (17) and
Feb 29, 2024; Dunedin, Florida, USA; Toronto Blue Jays starting pitcher Jose Berrios (17) and / Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports

While the 2023-2024 offseason was a relatively quiet one for the Toronto Blue Jays, there is still many reasons for Jays fans to be enthusiastic. Vladimir Guerrero Jr. and Alek Manoah have entered spring training looking like brand new men, and George Springer and Daulton Varsho both stick out as major bounce-back candidates.

With Bo Bichette leading the charge on the position player side and Kevin Gausman functioning as the Blue Jays' staff ace, this team has all of the ingredients needed to make a dangerous ballclub. Now, it's just a matter of putting it all together and winning some games.

The following information is subject to change, but here's how you can watch the Blue Jays on TV in the upcoming season.

How to watch the Blue Jays on cable in 2024

As always, Sportsnet is going to be the go-to destination for all fans of the Blue Jays. Year in and year out, the network has got you covered for all games during the season. Heck, Sportsnet will even host 26 spring training games this pre-season, including all 15 home games in Dunedin, Florida.

Dan Shulman, Buck Martinez and Joe Siddall are all set to return to the broadcast booth in the 2024 season. This trio is well-liked by the fanbase and has welcomed back with open arms for yet another year. Jamie Campbell, Siddall, Caleb Joseph and Madison Shipman will also be on hand as analysts throughout the year. Of course, Hazel Mae and Arden Zwelling will be returning to the crew as well.

How to watch the Blue Jays without cable in 2024

Whether you're local to the area or you live elsewhere in the world, there are still ways to tune into Blue Jays games this year without being tied down to a cable provider. None are more prominent than the likes of FuboTV and DirecTV Stream. Both are available on Hulu Live + TV, Sling TV and YouTube TV as well.

FuboTV comes with other local and regional channels, not just Blue Jays games. It may not be the cheapest option on the market, but it's still a way to tune into baseball games off of a cable network. A FuboTV free trail can be found at this link.

Canadian viewers can also subscribe to Sportsnet+ and gain access to up to 162 games during the regular season, as well as every MLB postseason game. The standard plans start at $179.99 a year (or $14.99 per month) for the "standard" package, or $249.99 a year ($20.83 per month) for the "premium" package. Unfortunately, this is not available to viewers outside of Canada.

How to order MLB TV

For viewers outside of the local market, MLB TV is the way to go. Plans are currently starting at $29.99/mo. but it's worth mentioning that local blackouts are very much still alive and well, so beware. Here's a link to access a subscription to MLB TV.