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TECH NATIONBlue Jays vs Nationals live stream: how to watch the MLB series online from anywhere

Neither the Toronto Blue Jays or the Washington Nationals are off to a great start this season – but both have the chance to turn it around this week in this three game AL vs NL interleague series. Read on to see how easy it is to watch a Blue Jays vs Nationals live stream today and catch all this week’s MLB action.Blue Jays vs Nationals cheat sheet




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All games are on regional sports networks – so MASN in Washington and Sportsnet in Toronto.
Game 1 – Monday, July 27 at 6.05pm ET/3.05pm PT
Game 2 – Tuesday, July 28 at 6.05pm ET/3.05pm PT
Game 3 – Wednesday, July 29 at 6.05pm ET/3.05pm PT

While the Blue Jays took a game off AL East rivals the Tampa Bay Rays last weekend, they’ll be disappointed to have lost the overall series in the manner they did, letting a two run lead slip to lose to the Floridian team 6-5 in the final game of the series.

Despite being the reigning World Series champions, the Nationals suffered a similar fate against early 2020 favorites the New York Yankees. Despite tying the series with a convincing 9-2 win in game 2, the Nats lost 3-2 in the final matchup to fall agonizingly short of taking a winning record into the first full week of the shortened 2020 MLB season.

Overall, the Nationals are favorites over the Blue Jays this week according to Vegas – but then baseball is one of the most unpredictable sports around and we’ve certainly seen bigger shocks before. See how it all pans out by following our guide below – watch the Blue Jays vs Nationals online and get a quality MLB live stream all over the world.

How to watch the Blue Jays vs Nationals from outside your country
If you’re in the US tonight, then getting a Blue Jays vs Nationals live stream is only easy if you’re based in either the Washington, D.C. or Toronto areas – and have cable TV.  If this is the case, you’ll find coverage of the game on local TV, complete with the option to stream online via the channel’s website.

Anyone without cable might run into more difficulty, however, as the most useful overall baseball streaming service – MLB.TV – is designed for out-of-market viewing, meaning coverage is blacked out for anyone who lives in the same area as their team.

Fortunately, a solution exists in the form of a VPN – a handy bit of software that lets you re-route your device’s IP address to a location of your choice, thereby giving you the ability to circumvent these outdated blackout restrictions