As much of the country endures the freezing throes of winter, there's one thought that can thaw even the iciest of days: the sights and sounds of midsummer baseball.Spring Training is imminent, Opening Day is within sight and the big league season isn't complete for fans without a subscription to
As much of the country endures the freezing throes of winter, there's one thought that can thaw even the iciest of days: the sights and sounds of midsummer baseball.
Spring Training is imminent, Opening Day is within sight and the big league season isn't complete for fans without a subscription to MLB.TV. The most comprehensive streaming service in professional sports is now available for the 2019 season, and subscription holders can get access to every out-of-market game, live or on demand, in high definition. The biggest story lines of the season from coast to coast -- from the Dodgers seeking their third straight National League pennant to the bitter Red Sox-Yankees rivalry to the ultra-competitive NL East -- can all be at your fingertips with MLB.TV.
• Get MLB.TV
Among MLB.TV's features:
• Yearly and single-team packages: Yearly packages, which include access to every out-of-market game, are $118.99. Single-team packages, with which you can follow your favorite club throughout the season, are $91.99.
• Nearly 300 Spring Training games LIVE (no blackouts): Get a head start by following Cactus League and Grapefruit League action as teams gear up for the regular season.
• Availability on your favorite supported devices: Xbox One, Apple TV, Roku, PS4, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung, Chromecast, Android TV.
• Free At Bat Premium subscription (a $19.99 value), with full portability.
• Choice of home or away feed for each game you stream.
• Best picture quality, 60 fps on supported devices.
• Catch-up feature (Apple TV 4 only).
Don't miss a single great play, walk-off homer or historic milestone during another incredible season of Major League Baseball. With MLB.TV, you'll have access to it all.
Matt Kelly is a reporter for MLB.com based in New York. Follow him on Twitter at @mattkellyMLB.