TheLizard wrote:How disappointing. I have recently purchased the equipment necessary to bring MLB.tv to system. Now I find that Roku is not supporting the Spring Training games. Why on earth would MLB.tv and Roku drop that ball? I am certainly glad that I didn't sign up for service yet, like some here have done.
Get it together, folks. If you want to give Comcast, DirecTV and DISH the boot, you can't be making grievous errors like this.
larryslounge wrote:That's why you need to wait until the regular season starts, and MLB streams in HD, to see if it really works. Once you sign up you have 5 days to cancel the package (either for whole year subscription, or at beginning of each monthly subscription). I'm certainly going to wait until around April 1 to sign up.
jstraw wrote:Let's not go down this road of confusion again this year. The statement "Now I find that Roku is not supporting the Spring Training games." is not supportable. Roku can only present the programming the content providers make available. This is entirely on MLB.
TheLizard wrote:Even if this is "Entirely on MLB" the fact is that last week, Roku was prominently advocating their product for use in streaming MLB.tv. No mention that Spring Training was exempt. Today, I am having trouble finding any mention of MLB.tv on the Roku site. I wonder what happened? I would hope that the regular season contract is not in question.
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