The moment we've all been waiting for is finally here. Opening day is upon us and baseball is back, which means some of you may be wondering how to watch or stream games of the MLB 2020 season.

Major League Baseball is a worldwide success and the biggest TV networks and streaming platforms all across the globe want to be involved, which means baseball fans will have plenty of options as to where to watch their favorite team and players.

There are plenty of stories to watch in this 60-game shortened season. Will the Nationals prove that last year's World Series title wasn't a fluke? Will the Yankees finally win the 28th? Can Mookie Betts get the Dodgers over the hump?

Obviously, no baseball fan in the world will want to miss even a second of the action. Anything can happen this time, and that's why we're going to let you know how to watch or stream games of the MLB 2020 season, both online or on TV.

Note: Miami Marlins' season is currently suspended due to a Covid-19 outbreak among players and coaches, so scheduled games may be reprogrammed.

How to watch the 2020 MLB season on TV in the United States:

ESPN, FOX, FS1, TBS, and MLB Network are the authorized television networks to air this season's games. Cable users may also use their logins to stream games online all over the world.

How to stream the 2020 MLB season online for free:

ESPN: 2020 MLB games airing on ESPN can be streamed online via the 'watch live' section on the ESPN website or the ESPN app, available on Google Play, iTunes & Amazon.

FOX: 2020 MLB games airing on FOX can be streamed online on the FOX website, the FOX Now app, and the FOX Sports app, both available on Google Play, iTunes & Amazon.

FS1: Users can stream MLB games on FS1 through the FOX Sports 'live tv' section, as well as using the FOX Sports app, available on Google Play, iTunes & Amazon.

TBS: Users can live stream MLB games on TBS on the TBS website and the Watch TBS app, available on Google Play, iTunes & Amazon.

MLB Network: Subscribers can watch any game live online on MLB Network through the 'watch live' section of their website.

Mike Trout, 3-time AL MVP. (Getty)

How to stream the 2020 MLB season online via paid subscriptions:

Hulu + Live TV: Hulu users can also stream MLB games using its platform. It offers live streams for ESPN, FOX, FS1, TBS, and the Marquee Sports Network.

YouTube TV: YouTube TV subscribers can also stream games through ESPN, FOX, FS1, TBS, and MLB Network.

FuboTV: Subscribers can also stream games via FuboTV. FOX, FS1, and ESPN (starting on August 1) are all available. Users can also watch MLB Network on a $10.99 subscription.

Sling TV: Subscribers can stream games on ESPN (Sling Orange), FOX (Sling Blue), FS1 (Sling Blue), and TBS. They can also get MLB Network for $10 a month.

How to watch out of market / every MLB game of the 2020 season:

If you don't want to miss a second of action or are just interested in watching your favorite team, then MLB.Tv offers yearly, monthly, or team-exclusive subscriptions from $24.99 to $49.99. DirecTV users can also watch up to 90 out-of-market games weekly at MLB Extra Innings.