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davidmarver wrote:I go to college in Santa Barbara so I will miss the first few months of Padres games. It is therefore necessary that I somehow get to watch the game so I figure MLB.com TV is the way to go. If someone could give me some input on whether or not that is the way to go that'd be awesome. Also, I'm currently using a loaner computer (mine is in the shop for 6-8 weeks)...does MLB.com TV require you download a program to use it and if so can I download that for more than one computer since I will have to halfway through April. Thanks, David.
Amazinz wrote:I agree with the guys above. It's definitely worth it if you can't get the satellite/cable package. I actually had both last year and am considering doing it again. The price is a little steep.
acs brings up a good point about the blackouts. If Santa Barbara is in the Padres viewing area you won't get the games. Two years ago it was very easy to circumvent by using a proxy server but last year they started blacking out the accounts based on the zip code of the billing address.
So you can still do it but you need to do two things: 1. Give the money to an out-of-state relative and have them purchase the package for you. 2. When you watch the game you need to log into your account through a proxy server or web anonymizer because they will still black you out based on the geo-location of your IP.
ironman wrote:MLB.tv is sweet but the price has always put me off. Nearly every single Cubs game is televised here anyway. I have used MLB Gameday Audio the last three years and its worth every penny. Its great to be able to stream games when I'm at work.
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