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It's up to $20 a year? #### that ####. Even at $15, last year's was too expensive for me to justify.
As a Twins fan on the west coast, I love being able to turn the games on the radio through my phone for the commute.
It's free with MLB TV premium. And that service is worth the money all day.
Is MLB.tv streaming reliability similar to Netflix?
While they do keep raising the price, $20 still seems entirely fair. I'd probably pay twice that much.
The quality is notably higher than Netflix. I had zero reliability problems last year.
Free? MLB TV premium costs $20 more than regular. Does it give you anything else except MLB At-Bat?
Worth the price difference, IMHO. MLB.TV is the best deal in sports.
MLB At-Bat, home and away broadcasts, and access to connected devices
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Do any Net-ready televisions/displays connect to MLB.tv service or do you need a proxy like a Roku or PC in any case?
This x 1000. They own the channel and the rights to all the programming, why is MLB Network not included in the streaming package? It seems a natural. I would dump DirecTV pretty quickly if it were included.
How much longer before I can just subscribe directly to Twins games? It has to be the future, right?
There are also a lot of complaints about how much each subscriber pays just for the big sports channels. But if things go a la carte, I wonder what the pricing would be like, and how many people would actually save money.
Considering I don't have any cable/satellite right now, if I could get channels a la carte, I would, provided I can keep it under $20 a month
So I read somewhere that one feature now available - and one I've always wanted - is to be able to stream the video of a game with the audio track being from the radio broadcast. This used to be my favorite way of watching cricket, actually. Has anyone successfully used this for MLB.TV?
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