Here’s How You Can See Bally’s Sports Networks In Ohio

Bally’s Sports Ohio is the newest name in broadcasting games from various Ohio sports teams, but the viewing options aren’t unlimited.

Right now, traditional cable services or in person are the best options for watching Major League Baseball games with the Cincinnati Reds and Cleveland.

Ballys Sports Ohio replaced Fox Sports Ohio and Sportstime Ohio this week after Sinclair Broadcasting bought the networks from Walt Disney Co. in 2019 and sold the naming rights to the casino company with a 10-year investment of $ 85 million.

The former SportsTime Ohio, which featured Cleveland’s baseball team, Cleveland Brown’s content, Columbus crew, and golf and sports talk, is now known as Bally Sports Great Lakes.

The former Fox Sports Ohio will be known as Bally Sports Ohio and will be home to Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Cavaliers, Columbus Blue Jackets and Cincinnati Bearcats, University of Dayton and Xavier University Basketball.

Cleveland catcher Roberto Perez (55) celebrates with right fielder Ben Gamel (28) after completing a two-part home run against the Detroit Tigers on opening day at Comerica Park on the ninth inning.

Here are the top broadcasters for Bally Sports Ohio and Bally Sports Great Lakes.


The networks are available in most Spectrum cable packages.


The networks are on most of the WOW! Cable packages.

Other cable providers

Find more local Ohio cable providers that broadcast Bally Sports channels here.

Direct television

The networks are available in most DirectTV packages.

Dish Network

The networks are available in most Dish Network packages.

AT&T now

AT&T Now is currently the only streaming service offered by Ballys Sports Network.

You can register for the service here.

Akron Beacon Journal reporter George Thomas contributed to this story.

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