Tomorrow you get the chance, assuming you aren't already a subscriber, to try out MLB.TV for free.
Three live Major League Baseball games on Saturday have been designated as free MLB.TV broadcasts, giving everyone the chance to see why more than a million fans have watched games on computers.
The free Spring Training exhibition games will be:
Blue Jays at Phillies, 1 p.m. ET
Orioles at Nationals, 6 p.m. ET
Padres at Angels, 9 p.m. ET
If that wasn't enough you also get the chance to watch the games with the NexDef plug-in.
The MLB.TV Generation continues to grow and the first professional sports league to broadcast its full schedule live via webcast (five years ago) now allows fans to see the new MLB.TV NexDef plug-in to watch one of these games in 1.2MB clarity.
Yeah sure, the MLB.TV Generation continues to grow since MLB, apparently, won't allow the Extra Innings package on most cable networks. Not all of us are subscribers of Comcast or Charter or in a favorable situation that allows us to get DirectTV. And I have news for them, I have a pretty decent broadband connection but it will next to impossible for it to consistently maintain a 1.2MB for three-plus hours.
Excuse me for being less than thrilled.