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2014 live streaming schedule begins today with three Spring Training matchups: Blue Jays-Phillies, Reds-Indians, Dodgers-Diamondbacks
NEW YORK, Feb. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MLB.TV, now in its 12th season as the Internet's longest-running and #1 sports streaming product, will present the first of more than 200 live Spring Training games today with a trio of scheduled games – Toronto Blue Jays-Philadelphia Phillies (1:05 p.m. EST), Cincinnati Reds-Cleveland Indians (3:05 p.m. EST) and Los Angeles Dodgers-Arizona Diamondbacks (3:10 p.m. EST).
Since its debut in 2002, MLB.TV has streamed nearly 30,000 live baseball games to millions of subscribers across their computers, mobile phones, tablets and connected devices, positioning it as the most successful and prolific live video subscription product in digital sports media.
Opening Day 2014
MLB.TV Premium subscribers again will have access to every live out-of-market regular season game across all supported devices, home and away broadcast feeds and a free 2014 subscription to the top paid sports app of all-time, MLB.com At Bat. The app was updated and released again yesterday in advance of the first Spring Training games. It now is available on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, supported Android smartphones and tablets, Amazon Kindle Fire and BlackBerry 10.
Additional details, including new connected platform support such as Sony PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, will be available upon the launch of MLB.TV Premium on each respective platform later this spring.
Spring Training 2014
Subscribers will have multi-platform access to watch more than 200 live games from Spring Training on their Mac/PC, Sony PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Apple TV and through the MLB.com At Bat 14 app on iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, supported Android smartphones and tablets, Amazon Kindle Fire and BlackBerry 10.
For complete details, please visit MLB.TV.
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