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btown214 t1_jdsfhn0 wrote

I’d love to know, if you don’t mind!😬


jheyne0311 t1_jdsnt2a wrote

I wonder how many years in a row this thread will continue to exist in March on the Orioles and Baltimore subreddit


billiamprydz t1_jdtc7wg wrote

Ain’t nothing wrong with it!


EMA_Wildcat t1_jduq0li wrote

People are wanting something for nothing. They proclaim they’re die hard fans, but won’t pay to watch the games.


TeachGullible t1_jdvd9c8 wrote

This is a whack take. I buy merch, have a flex package, food and drink at the stadium. I shouldn't have to pay to watch them play on TV. That's what advertising is for.


CheapJankMtG OP t1_jdvju5p wrote

I don’t mind paying I just don’t want to have to buy a cable package and the Verizon option isn’t available in my area.


TeachGullible t1_jdvkfhc wrote

Entirely reasonable. I am not saying you have to mind paying. I am saying you shouldn't have to. This guy stating you're not a diehard fan unless you pay for a masn sub is just a stupid take.


EMA_Wildcat t1_jdy1ikv wrote

I’m a fan, but not enough of a fan to pay to watch their games on 📺. /S


TheSchneid t1_jdvthnu wrote

I would totally buy the MLB package online if they didn't blackout local games. But they do so I stream them on sketchy sites for free, simple as that. You cannot buy access to MASN without buying a cable package from Comcast and that's BS. Mlb needs to get with the times.

I am absolutely not buying a cable package just for MASN. Not going back to cable, that's never happening.

I have a friend that entirely stopped watching the Os when they took games off WJZ on Sundays. They're really screwing over their fan base.


EMA_Wildcat t1_jdy1bra wrote

You’re not much of a fan if you’re unwilling to pay to see their games.


cdbloosh t1_jdsxr4c wrote

DirectTV stream is the only streaming service that offers MASN. Otherwise you’ve got to get traditional Comcast or DirectTV. Or do something less than legal


CheapJankMtG OP t1_jdvk9r5 wrote

$70 a month for direct tv with the sports package. That’s unreasonable for someone that doesn’t watch live TV and buys $100 streaming services a month. I just want to watch the games. I would buy a just MASN app or streaming package. I just don’t want to pay for something I won’t use.


Xhosa1725 t1_jdtdyhw wrote

Spend $20 on a Firestick, Google "Kodi" and follow the instructions. Now you have access to pretty much every live sporting event on the planet.



Strong_Name_2808 t1_jdv2vit wrote

At least the crappy Masn app now allows Xfinity... I was able to stream spring training games away from my home on mobile network.


Aol_awaymessage t1_jdtpb7k wrote

Streameast dot live

Do not watch on a regular laptop. Only watch via chrome book or some other obscure OS. I’m sure it’s riddled with computer diseases


ChemicalElevator1380 t1_jds1xp5 wrote

Direct TV this year they are giving us MLB TV for 🆓


whiteclawappreciator t1_jds3375 wrote

If you are in the viewing region of MASN the Os games will be blacked out on MLB TV.

MLB talks about how they want to grow the game and reach new audiences and then turn around and continue to use archaic blackout restrictions.


jabbadarth t1_jds774m wrote

Yup.i haven't watched an Os game on TV in about 5 years thanks to masns bullshit.

The NFL plays a vast majority of their games over the air and the ones that aren't are easily accessible on widely used streaming services.

Meanwhile MLB allows shit like MASN to exist and blacks out games.

When I lived 2 miles from the stadium I had no ways to watch the Os without satellite or cable.

I went from watching about 90% of Os games a season to watching 0 games in a matter of a few years and now my 6 and 3 year old never see Os games and likely will grow up with very little connection to baseball.

So we'll done MASN and MLB you are killing your own fucking sport you morons.


whiteclawappreciator t1_jds8dpn wrote

Hopefully the fallout from Bally Sports going bankrupt will make MLB rethink the way the sport is broadcast and how they do broadcast rights, it is evident it isn't working. Buuuuut its MLB so zero shot they even think anything is wrong.


jabbadarth t1_jdsdxzt wrote

They are going to realize in 10 or 20 years when their viewership is abysmally low. Baseball is already a hard sell to kids who grew up with constant access to everything. Goos luck getting them to buy MLB packages to watch a slow paced technical game.


BoobPickles t1_jds6153 wrote

Direct TV user in FL. I had no idea. Also, seems like more red tape and hurdles for me. Wasted the last 15 mins getting nowhere. My renewal probably already hit anyways.


Chickenmangoboom t1_jdskzdo wrote

Even though the are issues watching Orioles games T-Mobile also gives away MLB TV through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app in case anyone has them and wants it for free.


Uu550 t1_jdvh4kl wrote

Doesn't help with blackouts