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How to Watch MLB on Kodi 2017-2018 – Baseball on Kodi

In this article we will tell you how to watch Kodi MLB TV. Soon will begin baseball season! And you will be able to watch all main League Baseball games. However, you will be able to catch a several games on TV, but you will not to receive easy access to most the best games, unless you watch MLB on Kodi. For the 2017-2018 MLB season, few great Kodi App can help you stream MLB games.

Disclaimer: This guide will help to find out more information, about access content who already has bought the rights for access, but are for whatever reason unable to access either temporarily, or permanently. does not support software piracy, and bears no responsibility for what you solve to do with the contents of this article. Furthermore, please note that in no way hosts, develops, or produces any of the software mentioned within this article. If you want to find out more information, please see our full disclaimer here.



We always highly recommend alls ours users to use a VPN during when you  use Kodi. Kodi users have been found out to get copyright infringement notices for streaming films, sports, and TV shows through different App. And if you want to hold your streaming habits private, together with ours recommendations are – a complete privacy decision for Kodi users. It’s also worth noting that buying the 12 month subscription will give you two months free.

How to Watch MLB on Kodi 2017-2018

We have done our list of App on those that ensure working access to one or more of the following networks: TBS, ESPN, Fox, Fox Sports, TSN2, Sportsnet. These networks are the ones that currently keep MLB broadcasting rights.

We have also provided particular attention to App, that suggest multiple streaming sources. These are a great variant if you want to receive yet use out of the MLB Kodi Addon than just a single game a week.



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This one was a little of a very nice surprise for us. In testing Sylver for the first time, we opened that it actually doesn’t have that much to suggest in the way of U.S. sports channels, yet ESPN is there and it works. That means you will be able to receive Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday night games through Sylver. Additionally, we detected a working Fox channel stream in Sylvr, expanding your game viewing to Friday and Saturday as well.

Sylvr’s ESPN and Fox streams load terrific very fast and in very great quality. The Fox channel stream may come off a little weird, however. It shows two various channels in small boxes on the screen, however the quality was still cool when we checked it out. It’s likely that Sylvr is working well due to being a smaller, lesser known addon, so we will work sure to check out the functionality of this one regularly during the 2017-2018 MLB season.

Note: You can detect Sylvr in the Indigo installer. Click here to access our Indigo installation guide.

To install Sylvr onto Kodi (Version 17 “Krypton”) do the following:

  • please click here to download the Shiny’s Repo
  • From your Kodi home screen, click on the gear symbol to go to Settings
MLB Kodi Addon
  • Next click on System Settings
  • Click on Addons
  • On the right, enable Unknown sources (if you have not already done so)
  • Tap Esc on your keyboard a few times to return to the home screen
  • Click on Addons
  • Click on Video App
  • Click on the “…” at the top of the screen, then on the next screen do that again
  • Click on Install from zip
  • Locate the file you saved named (the variants change, so the “x” can be any number”
  • Click to install. You will then return to the previous screen
  • Click on Install from repository
  • Click on Shiny’s Repo
  • Click on Video App
  • Click on Sylvr and install the addon
  • You can now locate Sylvr from your home screen under Add-ons

To locate ESPN in Sylvr, go to the Sports partition. To locate the Fox channel stream, look under the Entertainment section.


Among the variants that you have here, we also recommend cCloud TV. This is the best live TV App out there, proposal a ridiculously big number of live TV streaming variants. We sifted through the channels you might be trying to watch, with surprisingly great results. As for Fox channels, cCloud TV has about a dozen various Fox affiliates listed. Some of these links appear to have been recently upgraded, as most are were working when we tested them for this review.

We also detected working streams for TBSESPN and MLB Network. The Fox, ESPN and MLBNetwork streams that we tested all loaded fast and in excellent quality. You can give to detect a working MLB Network stream here alongside the ESPN and Fox streams, you need have access to games every day of the week using cCloud TV.

Next click here to access our cCloud TV installation guide.


This is really great variant, looking that its focus is primarily Canadian channels. Although, you can detect a several US channels, can include some that will provide you access to MLB on Kodi. From our testing, we detected working links to ESPNFox Sports, and a local Fox channel affiliate. With those variants, you’ll have coverage for Sunday Night, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday games.

You will detect the ESPN and Fox Sports channels under the MiC – Sports Channels chapter, while the Foxchannel is located in the USA LIST chapter of the addon.

To install Made in Canada IPTV, do the following:

  • From your home screen, click on the gear symbol at the top
  • Please click on File manager
  • Next click on Add source
  • Where it says <None> enter the following address exactly as written:
  • At the bottom, name is Made in Canada or MiC
  • Return to the home screen
  • Click on Addons
  • Click on Video App
  • Click on the “…” at the top of the screen, then on the next screen do that again
  • Click on Install from zip
  • Detect and click on the Made in Canada folder
  • Click on to install the Repo (the “x” could be any number, as versions do change)
  • Click on Install from repository
  • Click on Repo
  • Click on Video App
  • Click on Made in Canada IPTV
  • Click on Install

You can now detect the Made in Canada IPTV addon from the Addons menu on the home screen.


While the variants we listed above are what we believe to be the best ones, you can detect some of the following variants work for you. We encourage you to try these potential addons variants as well. We have detect them to be a great  selectionfor streaming other live sports, Although we cannot verify that they will be a good variant for your MLB baseball streaming on Kodi.


Pro Sport is a very famous and very popular variant among the Kodi community. Users tend to prefer it for other sports, like NHL and NFL. Anyway, there are a big amount of live TV streaming sites that are scraped through Pro Sport. As such, you might have fun poking around and seeing if you can detect any cool, hidden gems among the big and different folders.

Please click here to access our Pro Sport installation guide.


I personally could not seem to receive this one working on my computer. Anyway, one of our other writers was able to use this service as an variant for watching the MLB World Series. In his article, How to Watch MLB World Series on Kodi, he ensures visual evidence that he was able to access games on Fox. It may just be a case of USTVNow Plus not working for me. That being the case, it could work just fine for you, so it’s certainly worth providing it a shot.

USTVNow Plus is a paid service, although they do propose 7 channels for free, including Fox which is one of the official broadcasters for this year. That means you will receive access to Friday and Saturday games with this service.

When you begin to sign up with your free account, be sure that you don’t sign up with your Facebook or Gmail accounts. If you have some problem with logging in on Kodi. Just use a non-Gmail email address or a throwaway address. You will need to verify your account before it works.

Click here to access our MLB World Series on Kodi article. You will detect instructions on how to install USTVNow Plus there. You can also want to bookmark that page, as we will likely upgrade it prior to this year’s World Series with new information and some additional ways to watch the World Series.


We highly recomend this addon for few various live sports. Recently, anyway, I have not come across for much success with it in testing for various live sports. Anyway, the Kodi Subreddit /r/Addons4Kodi is still pointing out SportsDevil as a great variant. While I could not receive any of the links related to MLB to load while testing it, that could  in the future. Some App do receive upgraded semi-regularly, and SportsDevil tends to be a somewhat popular addon. It might be a very cool idea to download this one just to try it out and look if you can receive anything working on it. If not, you can still leave it installed just in case you do detect it has a use later on down the road.

Please click here to access our SportsDevil installation guide.


If you want  to watch MLB games on Kodi, you need to have several various App handy. For the 2017-2018 year, various television networks have contracts to show games. Those contracts cover various days of the week, so you can have to switch around channels or App depending on which day of the week it is.

Here’s the basic breakdown for those daily broadcast contracts:

Sunday Afternoon: TBS

Sunday Night: ESPN

Monday Night: ESPN

Tuesday Night: No games

Wednesday Night: ESPN

Thursday Night: MLB Network

Friday Night: Fox and Fox Sports 1

Saturday Night: Fox

To review, the following American networks will have MLB broadcasting rights for 2017-2018: ESPN, TBS, MLB Network, Fox, and Fox Sports.

Anyway, outside of the U.S., the following Canadian networks will carry games:

  • Sportsnet
  • TSN (Sunday nights only)

It need to know that not all MLB games are broadcast in Canada. As the Blue Jays are the only Canadian team in the league, Blue Jays games receive preference with broadcasts.

From our exploration into these networks over a big amount of various Kodi App, here are a several necessary takeaways you might want to consider:

Fox, Fox Sports, and ESPN tend to lock down their streams. We opened this to be true in especially to the lead up to the Super Bowl, which was broadcast on Fox for the 2016-2017 season. While we initially detect working streams for Fox OTA channels through a lot of Kodi applications, Fox appears to have significantly clamped down on online stream access. As such, you may have difficulty getting access to a big majority of the games on several days. That said, we’ve scoured the App to detect streams that work for these. Nevertheless, we cannot guarantee that these streams will do by the time you receive to them.

Streams can be slow loading and broken due to high volume. Let’s look it: Kodi is becoming more famous and popular. While the creators community is growing, the user community is growing much faster. Sports, in especially, have always been popular for Kodi users, and there’s simply no getting around the fact that increased volume will cause streaming problem. It’s not something that you can easily avoid.

On-demand variants are still a great way to go. If you have problems getting live games, don’t hesitate to try on-demand varians. You will detect a many great variants on this end, while you’re less likely to experience the kind of bandwidth problems if you’re watching the games as replays on-demandthan live.