MLB.tv Has Gone Live For 2015
For those of you looking to make sure you have all of the baseball action you can handle at your fingertips, today is a good day. MLB.tv subscriptions for the 2015 Major League Baseball season have gone live.
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Thanks to MLB.tv, a Premium level membership will allow you to stream all of the out-of-market games you can handle on over 400 devices. Last season, MLB.tv went over 100 million streams for the first time in its existence. Having branched out onto handhelds and consoles, there is very few formats in which MLB.tv is not accessible.
The pricing structure has remained the same in 2014 as it was in 2015, and the Premium version of MLB.tv will set you back $129.99 while the basic version will cost just $109.99. On top of the regular season contests, subscribers will have access to over 200 Spring Training games as well. Games are set to being streaming on March 3.
Should you subscribe to MLB.tv Premium, you will also be given a free subscription to MLB At Bat. A big upgrade this season is that MLB.tv will be broadcast in Spanish for those who so choose that functionality.
Make sure to head over to MLB.com and subscribe today!
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