MLB.TV Will Include Live MLB Network Games This Year





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Right now, the MLB Network can be hard to find for many cord cutters. The good news is in 2023, MLB Network games will be available to stream on MLB.TV. (Subject to home market blackouts. If it is your home team, you will need to watch it through the local broadcaster.)

In the past MLB Network games would not air live on MLB.TV instead, you would get a replay of it after the game aired. Now in 2023 MLB.TV announced MLB Network games will stream live.

In 2023 MLB. TV will cost you $24.99 a month or $149.99 a year. This is about a $10 price hike. With that, though, you will get access to Minor League games that you previously had to pay separately for. You will also get select spring training games.

MLB.TV will also offer an expanded on-demand lineup of content. Giving MLB fans even more content to watch between games.

If you only want audio feeds from teams there is a new MLB At Bat package that includes audio from all regular season MLB games. You will also get live broadcasts of minor league games and on-demand video for just $3.99 a month or $29.99 per season.

What do you think of the new MLB.TV lineup? Do you think it is worth the price hike? Leave us a comment and let us know.

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