This access is a great value for cord-cutting sports fans, and it’s available to stream the shortened 2020 season in the race to October.
You can sample Amazon’s MLB.TV subscription with a free, seven-day trial, after which the service costs $24.99 per month (or $59.99 for the year). It’s the same price as subscribing directly from MLB.TV, but as a Prime user, your subscription will integrate seamlessly into Prime Video.
All you have to do is add the channel to your Prime Video app and stream it on any compatible device. Watch at home or on the go, so you never miss another game.
As one of the hundreds of à la carte Amazon Prime Video channels, MLB.TV doesn’t require extra passwords, special settings or cable access. Just pick and pay for the channels you want, and cancel at any time.
And when you access MLB.TV through Prime, you’ll also get to use the exclusive Prime Video X-Ray feature. With Prime Video X-Ray, a click of your remote lets you see live stats, team and player details, and play-by-play information, all in real-time while you watch the game.
MLB.TV joins Amazon’s extensive roster of other live and on-demand sports channels, so it can serve as a good depot to catch up on all available games when (and if) they return. Prime members can also access pay-per-view fights and other sporting events.
Live sports remain one of the most compelling reasons to keep cable. With Amazon continuing to eat up that market share, it’ll be interesting to see how subscription rates develop in the future.
And for other ways to catch up on streaming the 2020 MLB season, check out this article.
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