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Best Amazon Prime Video Channels for Sports in 2021

Channels have become a big deal in streaming content nowadays. They are the closest thing to a la carte TV we've seen so far, and Amazon has been a leader in this area for years. Amazon Prime Video Channels give you flexibility and control over what you can watch. It has channels for all sorts of interests, including a great selection of sports options. If you don't know where to start when it comes to your favorite game, here are some options.

MORE: Everything you need to know about Amazon Prime Video

  • Loads of Live Baseball: MLB.TV
  • Live Sports: CBS All Access
  • Hit the Links: PGA Tour Live
  • Originals & Studio Shows: Sports Illustrated
  • Great for Gearheads: Motortrend

Why Amazon Prime Video Channels?

Amazon Prime Video Channels are subscriptions that give you special content to watch through the Prime Video app, Fire TV devices, Fire Tablets, or on Amazon's website. You can add and remove channels as you wish, and everything is managed through your Amazon account. There are no contracts or cancellation fees. The only requirement is that you have an Amazon Prime membership .

Sports fans will feel right at home in Amazon Prime Video Channels. There are many sports related channels, including some of the top live sports available for streaming. Having them all packed into Amazon makes things easy, especially if you use Fire TV devices for streaming. Just remember that Amazon has many more channels , and you might find your unique sports interest covered, even if we don't list it here. Try out as many channels as you'd like, especially since you get a 7-day free trial when you first add a channel.

I am a huge fan of MLB.TV as a way to watch maximum baseball. I've been a subscriber of MLB.TV as far back as 2004. If you are a fantasy baseball player or want to follow a team that isn't local for you, this is the sports channel on Amazon Prime Video to start off your subscriptions.

Roy Delgado is a freelance writer for CordCutters. His focus is streaming, specializing on sports. He binge-streams 32 games over the first two days of NCAA March Madness annually. He built his own DVR 15 years ago, and still tinkers to make his media setup its best. Find him on Twitter [@RoyD77](