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Mets @ Reds: How to watch on SNY on April 7, 2024

The Mets (2-6) take on the Reds (5-3) at 1:40 p.m. on SNY, looking to bounce back from Saturday's defeat.

Here's what to know about the game and how to watch...


Mets Notes

  • Sean Manaea was fantastic in his first start with the Mets, pitching six scoreless innings while striking out eight Detroit Tigers

  • Even with an 0-for-4 performance on Friday night, Francisco Alvarez has posted a .943 OPS this season, second among all National League catchers (Will Smith)

  • With an 0-for-5 performance on Saturday, Francisco Lindor is now just 1-for-31 (.032) and has the lowest OPS (.216) of all major league shortstops

  • Mets pitchers have compiled a 2.92 ERA this season, the best mark in the National League




What channel is SNY?

Check your TV or streaming provider's website or channel finder to find your local listings.

How can I watch Mets vs. Reds online?

To watch Mets games online via SNY, you will need a subscription to a cable provider or streaming service. This will allow fans to watch the Mets on their computer, tablet or mobile phone browser.

To get started on your computer, go to the “Watch SNY” section on the SNY.tv homepage and then follow these steps:

  • Select your cable provider and select “Log In.” The site will direct you to your cable sign-in screen

  • Sign in using your User ID and Password

  • Once you’re signed in, you are ready to enjoy all that SNY has to offer including Mets spring training games and more

NOTE: In order to stream SNY on your desktop, you will need to be an SNY subscriber through a participating provider and live inside SNY's regional territory (NY, CT, parts of NJ and PA).

How can I watch the game on the SNY App?

For the SNY App, Mets fans can download it via the following platforms:

  • App Store

  • Google Play Store

  • Roku

  • FireTV

  • Apple TV

  • Android TV

The same restrictions apply for the SNY App. Fans must be an SNY subscriber through a participating provider and live inside SNY’s regional territory.