Tuesday's San Diego Padres game was the final contest that will be carried by Diamond Sports Groups' Bally Sports. With the team's games no longer appearing on Bally Sports, fans are surely wondering how they can watch San Diego's games moving forward. Here's how to watch Padres games following their Bally Sports fallout, per the Padres Twitter.

MLB will now handle all of San Diego's games, beginning as soon as Wednesday. Fans of the team in San Diego's market can now watch games without having to worry about blackouts through a specific plan, the team announced.

“San Diegans can NOW watch Padres games in-market both LIVE and on demand through a NEW MLB.TV Single Team Padres subscription.”

A fan asked if they need to subscribe again if they already have MLB.TV, to which the team responded.

“MLB.TV All Teams subscribers will not have access and will need to purchase the Single Team Padres Package in addition to the All Teams Package in order to stream Padres games on MLB.TV in the San Diego area.”

It will be interesting to see how this new way to watch impacts the team's viewership. It will also be intriguing to see if San Diego continues to have MLB handle their broadcasts in future years, or if they will try to land a new TV deal. There is much uncertainty surrounding the future of the situation.

For now, MLB will be the answer for how to watch San Diego's games moving forward during the 2023 season.