The Giants vs Cardinals live stream offers an easy way to watch the 2014 MLB playoffs on your iPhone, iPad, Android or computer using services that are free with many cable and satellite subscriptions. This guide will show you how to watch the Giants vs Cardinals NLCS live stream of game 5 from pretty much anywhere.
Tonight’s NLCS game 5 starts at 8:07 Eastern, 5:07 Pacific, which means many Giants fans may need to watch this game on a device other than a HDTV. We’ll show you the best ways to find an NLCS live stream of game 5 to watch the Giants vs Cardinals no matter what you need to be doing.
You can find a live stream of almost any 2014 MLB Playoffs game, but the games are spread across multiple channels and networks so finding a Giants vs Cardinals live stream is a challenge for some.
The San Francisco Giants play the St. Louis Cardinals in San Francisco with the game on Fox Sports 1. After a close game in St. Louis Sunday night. You can find Fox Sports 1 on almost any cable or satellite provider, but if you can’t sit in front of your HDTV, you’ll want to use these options to listen to or watch the Giants vs Cardinals live on your iPhone, iPad, Android and other mobile devices.
The Giants took game 1 beating the Cardinals 3-0. The Cardinals won game 2 with a walk off solo home run in the 9th. This tied up the series 1-1 as the NLCS heads to San Francisco. In game 3 the Giants won in the 10th taking a lead in the series as the Giants hope to pull further ahead. During Game 4 the Giants landed another win to pull to a 3-1 lead in the series. As the NLCS game 5 starts the Giants look to win and secure a trip to the World Series to take on the Royals on October 21.
Read on to learn where you can find a Giants vs Cardinals live stream to watch or listen to NLCS game 5 in San Francisco.
Giants vs Cardinals Live Stream
The easiest way to find a Giants vs Cardinals live stream is with a cable or satellite subscription that unlocks a live stream at no extra charge for subscribers. There is no great way to watch NLCS game 5 without a cable subscription. MLB.TV does not include NLCS games 2-5 even though the subscription covers every game of the ALCS.
Giants vs Cardinals Live Stream on Fox Sports Go
The Giants vs Cardinals live stream is available in the free Fox Sports Go app. You can use the Fox Sports Go app on iPhone, iPad, Android or Windows PCs and Tablets to watch the Giants vs Cardinals live stream of NLCS game 5. You don’t need to pay extra to use this app, but you do need a subscription to a participating cable company.
Here’s a look at the participating Fox Sports GO cable companies. The good news is that big names like AT&T, Comcast and Time Warner Cable are in there, but the bad news is Dish Network and DirecTV are missing.
- AT&T U-verse
- Bright House
- Cable One
- Cablevision Optimum
- Comcast XFINITY
- Midcontinent Communications
- Time Warner Cable
Giants vs Cardinals Live on ESPN Radio
If you can’t watch the Giants vs Cardinals NLCS live stream you can listen to it on your smartphone using the free ESPN Radio app. You don’t need any type of subscription to use this free app to listen to the Giants vs Cardinals game 5 live.
The EPSN Radio app is available on iPhone and iPad, on Android and on Windows Phone. The app is free to download. ESPN Radio coverage of the Giants vs Cardinals game starts at 7PM Eastern, 4PM Pacific.
Giants vs Cardinals Score Updates
You can use the iPhone or Android to check the Giants vs Cardinals score using Siri and Google Now. On the iPhone you can hold the home button and when prompted say, “What’s the Giants vs Cardinals score?”
On Android you can use Google Now to do the same thing, and you can even tell Google Now that you like the Giants or the Cardinals in the settings so that you’ll get reminders of the Giants vs Cardinals schedule and score updates.
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