MLB Network programming

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MLB Network programming

Postby RoyalsRetro » Tue May 01, 2012 11:55 am

I'm a HUGE baseball fan. I am planning on subscribing to MLB.tv (I know, my local Royals will be blacked out, but I can watch the archived game the next day although I may not want to with the way they are playing!)

But how come this does not include content from MLB Network? I love Clubhouse Confidential and the history shows like Prime 9. Not every cable carrier provides MLB Network. Seems like its kind of short-sighted for MLB not to include that.

Is there anyway I can get those shows online through my Roku?
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Re: MLB Network programming

Postby tj218 » Tue May 01, 2012 5:14 pm

The MLB.TV package only includes the games and archives.

Intentional Talk is available the next day via Nowhere TV, which is useful, but other than that no other MLB Network programing is available through Roku.

FYI: Clubhouse Confidential only runs during the offseason.

Go Indians.
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Re: MLB Network programming

Postby rakattakpat » Wed May 02, 2012 3:48 am

Nowhere TV has fantasy 411 as well.... So there's a couple for ya...... yours truly a fellow Royals
fan :D
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Re: MLB Network programming

Postby RoyalsRetro » Wed May 02, 2012 6:30 am

tj218 wrote:The MLB.TV package only includes the games and archives.

Intentional Talk is available the next day via Nowhere TV, which is useful, but other than that no other MLB Network programing is available through Roku.

FYI: Clubhouse Confidential only runs during the offseason.

Go Indians.


Thanks, that is helpful!
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Re: MLB Network programming

Postby Buckeye911 » Wed May 02, 2012 8:26 am

You don't have to wait until the next day to watch your Royal's archived game. They are usually available about 90 minutes or so (sometimes less) after the completion of the game.
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Re: MLB Network programming

Postby RoyalsRetro » Thu May 03, 2012 7:22 pm

Buckeye911 wrote:You don't have to wait until the next day to watch your Royal's archived game. They are usually available about 90 minutes or so (sometimes less) after the completion of the game.


Oh I know, I just can't stay up til 3 am watching games ;)
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Re: MLB Network programming

Postby DaBronx » Thu May 03, 2012 8:06 pm

RoyalsRetro wrote:
Oh I know, I just can't stay up til 3 am watching games ;)


I know what you mean. Work does tend to limit the amount of baseball you can watch, especially with all the night games and late starts. That's why I stopped going to work back in 2004.

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