Spring is in the air: Sign up for MLB TV to follow your favorite team through spring training

America’s past time is back. Major League Baseball is just getting into full swing in spring training for the 2018 season. 2018 will be an exciting year. My favorite team, the San Francisco Giants picked up two franchise players in Evan Longoria and Andrew McCutchen. The Red Sox picked up JD Martinez who looks to help them solve their power outage. The New York Yankees might have the best trio of home run hitters ever with Giancarlo Stanton, Aaron Judge, and Gary Sanchez. The Astros are sneaking through the news quietly but lurk as the defending champions. The 2018 season is upon us, and now is the time to watch your team with MLB TV.

With a subscription to MLB TV, you can watch your team even in spring training. Right now is the best time to sign up for the entire season since you get almost all 300 spring training games with the regular season for $115.99. That works out to $16.57 per month (seven months, March-Sept.), or you can subscribe on a month to month basis for $24.99 per month. If you have no interest in following any other team, you can subscribe for $89.99 per year just to follow your team. The monthly option might be good for those of you who might have less to root for, since you may not want to watch your team the entire season. However, if you think your team is a contender, the best option is probably the full season in one payment.

Your subscription will give you video access to every out of market game, local games go to local TV markets, and audio access to home or away broadcasts for every single game of the year. Your subscription will get you access through hundreds of different devices: PC, Mac, iPhones, iPads, Android devices, Amazon Alexa enabled speakers, PlayStation, and more. Get in on the action by signing up for MLB TV today.

Learn more at www.mlb.com.

1 thought on “Spring is in the air: Sign up for MLB TV to follow your favorite team through spring training

  1. I never subscribed to this channel!! How did I get on the subscription list? Sorry Bob, I dont know who is screwing around with your subscription list or if its you, but I think its awful to snag people who do not want to subscribe.

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