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Best answer: After YouTube TV was forced to drop the YES Network (and some Fox Regional Sports Networks), you'll need to turn to Hulu or AT&T TV Now to stream Yankees games.

YouTube TV is out, Hulu and AT&T TV Now are in

Everything above is the important stuff. Now here comes the background. In late February 2020, YouTube TV announced that it was going to have to drop the Fox Regional Sports Networks, as well as the YES Network. (The latter, among other things, is a regional network for Yankees' fans.) The Fox RSNs are owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, which also owns a stake in the YES Network.

Some sort of deal was reached for the Fox RSNs, but not for the YES Network. And now the only streaming services that carry them are Hulu with Live TV, and AT&T TV Now.

And both of those are fine streaming services. In fact, Hulu With Live TV is now the largest streaming service in the United States. (Followed by YouTube TV and Sling in a tie for second.)

But there's an obvious difference between the two, if you're looking at signing up to regain the YES Network. While AT&T TV Now has the YES Network on four of its plans, the least-expensive option being the $80 "Max" plan.

Hulu With Live TV, meanwhile, has a single plan that runs $54.99 a month. (Which, coincidentally, is the same price as YouTube TV.)

So in order to watch the YES Network, you'll need one of those options.

Choose wisely.

The affordable option

Hulu with Live TV

Say YES to the Yankees

If you want to get your YES Network on in Spring 2020, Hulu With Live TV is one of the two ways to do it.

Mo' channels, mo' money


You get more, but you'll pay more

AT&T TV Now is the other option to stream the YES Network. It's more expensive, though, starting at $80 a month on the "Max" plan. (It includes HBO, though.) It's also available on three other AT&T Max plans.

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