New York Mets 2024 TV Schedule & How to Watch Games

The New York Mets were founded in 1962 and are part of National League East. This New York team plays their home games at Citi Field in Queens, New York. 

Check out the 2024 New York Mets TV schedule right here to make sure you never miss a single steal, home run or seventh inning stretch of the upcoming season.

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New York Mets Quick Facts

Founding Season: 1962
Division: National League East
Home Ballpark: Citi Field
World Series Titles: 2 (1969, 1986)
2023 Finish: Did not qualify for the postseason

How Did the Mets Do in 2023?

The Mets ended their season with a 75-87 record, a .463 winning percentage, and a nearly balanced run differential. Their performance did not lead to a significant postseason run. With an average of 4.4 runs scored per game, the Mets will aim to improve both their offense and defense to enhance their standing and postseason prospects in the 2024 MLB season. 

New York Mets 2024 TV Schedule

Don’t miss a second of the 2024 baseball season. You can find the full NY Mets schedule for 2024 right here, including where and when to tune in to watch your team play live. No Mets games today? Find another match up on the full MLB schedule to keep your head in the game.

How to Watch the New York Mets

If you can’t make it out to the ballpark, there are plenty of ways to catch televised NY Mets games on DIRECTV. Below are the networks and channels you’re likely to find games to watch on.

SportsNet New York (Regional Sports Network) – DIRECTV Channel 639

FOX SPORTS 1 – DIRECTV Channel 219


ESPN– DIRECTV Channel 206

ESPN 2 – DIRECTV Channel 209


ABC – Find your local ABC channel

FOX – Find your local FOX channel

2024 New York Mets Players to Watch

Keep your eyes out for these top players when you watch Mets games:

  • Francisco Lindor (25), Shortstop
  • Pete Alonso (37), First baseman
  • Kodai Senga (63), Pitcher
  • Brandon Nimmo (70), Left fielder
  • Edwin Díaz (80), Pitcher

Mets Rivalries to Watch

The Mets have a few main rivalries that always result in exciting, close call games.

The Mets vs. Phillies

The Mets and the Philadelphia Phillies have been divisional rivals for decades, mostly due to the closeness in the two teams’ locations and the fact they are both in the NL East. When the two teams face each other, it’s usually referred to as the Battle of the Broads.

See the two teams face off on these dates:

  • May 13-16
  • June 8-9 (Watch on FOX & ESPN, respectively)
  • Sept. 13-15
  • Sept. 19-22

The Mets vs. Braves

These division competitors have had a long history with each other. In fact, the two teams played each other in the first ever NLCS (the Mets won). While that was back in ’69, the Braves are often regarded as the top team in the NL East since the late 90s, making them a team to beat for the Mets.

Watch these two teams on:

  • April 8-11
  • May 11-12 (Watch on ESPN on May 12)
  • July 25-28
  • September 25-25


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