Can a Major League Baseball team's games be streamed?

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    vchimpanzee
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    WNAM in the Green Bay, WI area plays the music I like. But not today. There’s a Brewers game. or at least I assume there is. There’s a game of some kind. I just know they air the Brewers.

    I recall reading that games are not allowed to be part of the online stream.

     

    #174059

    keithe4
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    No.  MLB owns all streaming rights at the league level.  You have to buy Gameday Audio for $20 to get the games.  But unlike Extra Innings and MLB.TV, all games, both local and out-of-market, are aired.  It includes both home and away feeds, and it also includes Spring Training (not sure about the playoffs).

    For $20, it’s worth it.

    Beer. Because no good joke ever started with "Two guys walked into a salad bar."

    #174084

    vchimpanzee
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    No. MLB owns all streaming rights at the league level. You have to buy Gameday Audio for $20 to get the games. But unlike Extra Innings and MLB.TV, all games, both local and out-of-market, are aired. It includes both home and away feeds, and it also includes Spring Training (not sure about the playoffs). For $20, it’s worth it.

    QuoteThen why was I hearing the game? I wanted to hear music.
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