MLB.com To Offer Entire Playoffs Online

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MLB.com has partnered with Fox Sports and Turner Sports, the rights holders to postseason baseball games, to allow fans to watch all of the playoffs online at Postseason.TV.

Postseason.TV will launch Wednesday, October 7, when the Division Series begins on TBS. It will be accessible from MLB.com, FoxSports.com, MSN and MLB.com/TBSHotCorner.

Postseason.TV is a subscription service available to baseball fans for $9.95. Fans will be able to customize their online viewing by choosing from up to 10 different stationary camera angles from every MLB Postseason game, blackout free.

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Postseason.TV will allow fans to watch the Division Series and the National League Championship Series broadcast on TBS and the American League Championship Series and World Series on Fox.

Subscribers can choose to watch one of the available camera angles or up to any four different angles at the same time in the multi-view option. In addition, TBS HotCorner and Fox Feeds will provide access to in-game video highlights, real-time statistics and play-by-play and a live Twitter feed.

Fans with an iPhone or an iPod touch who have the MLB.com At Bat 2009 app, will be able to access Postseason.TV as well.

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  • Mark J. Welch

    I signed up yesterday, and myself and hundreds other got to try it out on last night’s DET-MIN game. Be prepared for a laughable experience.
    The MLB Help forum was immediately flooded with requests on how to get normal TV view, people screaming for refunds, and I don’t mean just a few, I mean EVERYONE!!
    It’s like they have eight people sitting in the stands with stationary (except when their shaking and floating to everywhere except the field) KMart videocams, each assigned a different area, but none afford you to see an entire play. You never see the pitches, last night you couldn’t even get the count or outs, missed entire crucial hits and plays because I had the wrong camera angles.
    A crucial play at home and all I saw was a camera jumping around in the stands.
    I’m telling you, I’ve never seen anything more ridiculous.
    I say, go ahead and sign up, see for yourself…then go to the HELP section, find the address for a REFUND.

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