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MLBAM Begins Sales Of MLB.TV Out-Of-Market Streaming Package
Published February 5, 2013
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Also carrying over from last year, a single MLB.TV subscription will be accessible on more than 250 types of computers, smartphones, tablets and connected TV devices. MiLB.TV, carrying live online feeds of nearly every Triple-A game, returns for a third season. Full-season pricing for the minor-league package is $39.99, same as last year. Subscribers of the MLB.TV package can add the minor league games for an additional $20, also equal to the '12 pricing. Unlike some other major properties, there remains no link between MLB's online out-of-market game package and its linear TV counterpart, Extra Innings.