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MLB.TV is half off for the season's second half

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The second half of the season is here, and the end of the All-Star break brings with it all sorts of fantastic matchups around the Major Leagues. If you act fast, you can watch them all with 50 percent off an MLB.TV subscription for the rest of the season.

For just $39.99 through Friday, you can get an MLB.TV Premium yearly subscription. Or get a monthly subscription for $24.99, while a single-team subscription is $29.99 for the rest of the season. That's half off for the second half.

The second half of the season is here, and the end of the All-Star break brings with it all sorts of fantastic matchups around the Major Leagues. If you act fast, you can watch them all with 50 percent off an MLB.TV subscription for the rest of the season.

For just $39.99 through Friday, you can get an MLB.TV Premium yearly subscription. Or get a monthly subscription for $24.99, while a single-team subscription is $29.99 for the rest of the season. That's half off for the second half.

Just this weekend, that includes the newest chapter of the most storied rivalry in the sport: the Yankees and the Red Sox, who clash at Fenway Park. Aaron Judge. Chris Sale. Gary Sanchez. Mookie Betts. Aroldis Chapman. Craig Kimbrel. Both teams are loaded with talent and looking to make a run to the postseason through the AL East.

And that's just the beginning of the first action of the second half. This weekend is set to feature two of the game's biggest superstars back in action. Reigning American League MVP Mike Trout makes his return to the Angels for their series against the Rays in Anaheim, and Giants ace Madison Bumgarner is slated to pitch for the first time since April in San Diego on Saturday.

With MLB.TV Premium, watch every out-of-market regular season game live or on demand on your favorite supported devices. Enjoy full portability with a free subscription to At Bat Premium, the No. 1-selling sports app in the App Store ($19.99 value). Other features include: The best picture quality (60 frames per second), choice of home or away broadcasts, live game DVR and multi-game viewing.

David Adler is a reporter for MLB.com based in New York. Follow him on Twitter at @_dadler.