Time will tell what yesterday's 17th-inning Chris Davis-Darnell McDonald pitching showdown means for the 2012 American League East race. But for the world's scattered Red Sox and Orioles fans, it already proved one thing: MLB.tv can't do the job. Not long after both teams ran out of pitchers, MLB.tv ran out of… »
The MLB video war continues
We're truly inspired by how many of you are interested in mocking the MLB video policy by reenacting its highlights each week.
MLB.tv, for which we pay $110 annually, introduced a new feature on its games yesterday: House ads for MLB.tv, played in-between innings, imploring fans to "keep watching." Well, OK, we'll keep watching, as long as you promise the games are coming back on. They are, right? OK, cool: The watching shall continue. »
We have a subscription to MLB.tv, one that we use the same way we use, say, a miniature tube of toothpaste. It's only needed when we're on the road, it's never quite the brand we like, but it works in a pinch despite its obvious inferiority to the real thing. (It also ends up staining our suitcase, but perhaps that's a … »