On July 17, 2018, the MLB All-Star Game will take place at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. The best and brightest of the AL and NL will face off and you’ll be able to catch all the action in person or on TV. If you’re not heading to the game, there will still be plenty of ways to watch it via your television or streaming devices.

If you’re a person who’s eliminated your cable subscription, let us tell you how you can watch this year’s All-Star Game without spending an arm and a leg.

Sling TV

Sling TV is our go-to option, as it has a no-hassle 7-day trial and some of the most inexpensive streaming cable packages available (you know, if you decide to keep the service after the game). Sling includes access to FOX as long as you choose the “Sling Blue” option, available in most American markets.

Try YouTube TV

Available in most cities throughout the country, YouTube TV is a lot like Sling TV, with a few differences. The YouTube TV packages start at $40/month for base services (no premium add-ons like Showtime or HBO). You can get a free, seven-day trial that you can cancel before your credit card is charged and it offers access to the entire FOX family of networks.

Hulu with Live TV

Much like YouTube TV, Hulu’s live TV service offers complete access to FOX, which means it’s another great option for watching the 2018 MLB All-Star Game. Hulu with Live TV costs $39.99 per month for the base package, which includes the entire network of FOX channels. Just like the other services, you’ll get a free, 7-day trial as long as you’ve never signed up for the live TV package in the past.

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