Sammy's Boombox wrote:I know it's like double the cost, but I am a MLBEI guy all the way. If the Cubs (or Royals) aren't on I pretty much surf around other games trying to catch big moments and most of the stud's AB: Trout, Harper, Stanton, etc.
It's not easy to flip around on MLB.tv. And I would say streaming is about 95% reliable, but that 5% I don't have the patience for.
Also, MLBEI comes with MLB.tv now (including AtBat and all the audio).
But I watch a ridiculous amount of baseball even compared to most subscribers.
If it weren't for baseball I wouldn't have satellite.
I ditched MLB:EI for MLB.tv this past season. It's less stable, but it's far cheaper and I can watch it anywhere, which is huge. I also really like some of the features, like having "big play" moments bookmarked so I can skim through games more efficiently. This year, we're finally ditching DirecTV and cutting the cord altogether, and MLB.tv was the deciding factor in that. The only reason I held off was because of baseball.