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56 minutes ago, interloper said:

That's an improvement, so credit there. However, every single game should be televised, IMO. As other RSN's do. 

Every home game.

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1 hour ago, interloper said:

That's an improvement, so credit there. However, every single game should be televised, IMO. As other RSN's do. 

Really?  There are actually teams that televised all spring training games??

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8 minutes ago, SteveA said:

Hm, well I stand corrected. Looks like the Sox don't either, but it's a vast majority, and every game is at least on radio, which I'm glad the O's are doing this year.

I would watch every single spring training game (or archive of it later that night) like my life depended on it. Because I am just that ready for baseball by this point each year. I'm not this way for the regular season, but I will voraciously consume Orioles ST baseball even if it's just the scrubbiest of scrub travel lineups. 

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Just now, Moose Milligan said:

Great, looking like I'm going to have to figure out how to jerry-rig a VPN now to get MASN to work with mlb.tv.

Big middle fingers up to MASN for not providing a streaming service.

It really, really sucks.

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Just now, interloper said:

It really, really sucks.

I know it's probably not as easy as it sounds to do something like that...but when MASN (Nats and Orioles, two decent sized markets...or one big market) and the Dodgers are the only ones that don't have it...well, it can't be that hard.  GFY, MASN.

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1 hour ago, Moose Milligan said:

I know it's probably not as easy as it sounds to do something like that...but when MASN (Nats and Orioles, two decent sized markets...or one big market) and the Dodgers are the only ones that don't have it...well, it can't be that hard.  GFY, MASN.

Maybe the two sons will make this happen. Another change they could make and would get good press 

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23 hours ago, interloper said:

That's an improvement, so credit there. However, every single game should be televised, IMO. As other RSN's do. 

I'm not sure about every RSN televising every ST game.  I checked NESN and they'll be airing 16 Red Sox games.  YES will carry 12 Yankees games.

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3 hours ago, jrobb21613 said:

I’m assuming the online stream on Mlb at bat is going to be audio only is that correct? 

Yes

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Has Ben done any TV for the Orioles before? If he has I don’t remember. Still no official announcement about the entire broadcast team.  

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On 2/15/2019 at 10:52 AM, Moose Milligan said:

Great, looking like I'm going to have to figure out how to jerry-rig a VPN now to get MASN to work with mlb.tv.

Big middle fingers up to MASN for not providing a streaming service.

We still can't even pay to stream Orioles games. Unbelievable...

I guess another year of LazyMan and Baseball Theater for me.

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