i have access to an un-blacked out mlb.tv account and it's pretty much the best thing ever. i imagine most people would pay a decent amount for the ability to watch home team games and saturday afternoon games that are blacked out by fox.
CharlatanSin wrote:First, a little rant regarding real baseball: I'm planning on giving up cable, but New Haven apparently counts as NYC's media market, so the Yankees are blacked out on the MLB TV online streaming dealie.
Where I went to school in mid-PA we got the : Nationals, Pirates, O's but no Phillies so I bought MLB.TV and the Phillies were blacked out
Lame. I'd also have the Mets and Red Sox blacked out if I were to buy the package, which of course I won't, since I actually like to watch baseball games. With people, especially young folks, cutting out cable left and right, it seems like a really dumb move on MLB's part to keep these archaic blackout rules. I can't speak for everyone, but I'd gladly pay somewhat more than MLB.tv's current price if there were no regular season blackouts, even if playoffs still weren't included.