Bally Sports will remain the home of the Rangers for the 2024 season with plans to air 153 regular season games in addition to four spring training games, Bally Sports and its parent company Diamond Sports Group announced Monday.
The regular season total is subject to change if the Rangers were to receive additional nationally televised games.
Bally Sports is in the midst of bankruptcy proceedings which made it unclear if the Rangers would continue to be aired on the Network. Especially with recent announcements that Amazon Prime had invested in Bally Sports and would gain the right to stream games from the NBA, MLB, NHL on Amazon Prime for teams under contract to Bally Sports.
The network has the right to broadcast the Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavericks and Texas Rangers along with 30 other professional sports teams across 18 networks.
Bally Sports has been difficult to watch for fans in the Metroplex since 2020 due to fee disputes with streaming providers like YouTube TV and Hulu which dropped Bally Sports.
For fans in Fort Worth who want to watch the Rangers on Bally Sports, they have four options: DirecTV, DirecTV Stream, Fubo and Spectrum.
Bally Sports will start airing Rangers games at 8 p.m. on March 16 with Texas’ spring training game against the Cincinnati Reds.
Regular season coverage for Bally Sports will begin at 6 p.m. on March 30 with the Rangers playing the Chicago Cubs.