Wednesday, April 06, 2005

Watching The Game?

Damn you Selig! Damn you to hell!

I'll be listening on my handy-dandy clock radio. If you're following the game, I'll probably be posting derogatory comments about Castilla and Guzman here.


They're not blacking out MLB.TV. I'm watching the feed now. If you buy the $14.95 monthly plan, you can always cancel it at the end of the month if something changes with the cable deal.


  • If you're going to get, it's worth spending the extra couple of bucks for the All Access -- then you can watch the condensed games (the last pitch of each at-bat plus other key moments, like stolen bases), key plays or highlight reel versions of every game, after it's over.

    By Blogger Yuda, at 4/06/2005 8:16 PM  

  • It's good to see DC sports fans excited again.

    By Blogger J K, at 4/06/2005 9:23 PM  

  • It's good to BE excited!

    By Blogger Chris Needham, at 4/06/2005 9:49 PM  

  • Let's just say you've got a 56K modem instead of something fancy-schmancy at home. There's no sense in getting MLB.TV, right?

    By Blogger Basil, at 4/06/2005 10:06 PM  

  • If you've got a 56K modem, I think you should just kill yourself. ;)

    No way the video'll work. You should be able to get the radio working fine. And that's not blacked out either. But you have XM, i think?

    By Blogger Chris Needham, at 4/06/2005 10:09 PM  

  • Si. Plus, I signed up for MLB Audio to get the Dave & Charlie show during road games and I'm near the computer. I just figured what's 15 more bucks if I can get an occasional picture.

    (BTW, I tried downloading a movie trailer on my computer a few months ago, and it literally took half the weekend. ;-)

    By Blogger Basil, at 4/06/2005 10:25 PM  

  • If you're patient, you might be able to download the condensed games overnight and watch them the next day.

    But -- it depends on how solid your 56k connection is.

    By Blogger Yuda, at 4/06/2005 10:50 PM  

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