What channel is ESPN, so you can watch the Twins-Yankees AL Wild Card game on Tuesday? 

2017 MLB playoff action lands at ESPN for the American League Wild Card game featuring the Minnesota Twins and the New York Yankees. This will be the only MLB playoff game on ESPN and it’s one that could have a lot of implications for the rest of the playoffs.

Here is a list of ways to access ESPN from some of the most popular cable subscribers:

Cable Subscribers: Can access ESPN live from their computers via the Watch ESPN website using their subscriber login information

Comcast Xfinity: Subscribers can search for ESPN channels in their local market here

DirectTV: Channel 206 (HD)

ESPN is also available to fans on the Watch ESPN mobile app

With the American League playoff games being shown on MLB Network, FOX and FS1 and National League games on TBS, it’s important to note that fans who subscribe to MLB.TV will be able to access the other channels (TBS, FOX and FS1) with their subscription. Fans should check with their cable providers for more details.

Once the wild card winner has been determined, the first two games of the American League Division Series begin on Thursday, October 5 with the Boston Red Sox at the Houston Astros followed by the AL Wild Card Winner. These games will be broadcast on MLB Network, FOX and FS1.

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The National League kicks things off with the Wild Card game on October 4. It’s a NL West matchup between the Colorado Rockies and the Arizona Diamondbacks and all National League playoff games can be found on TBS.

The American League Championship Series will start Friday, October 13 and Game 1 of the 2017 World Series will begin Tuesday, October 24.



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