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MLB Extra Innings starts Opening Day with a Week Preview

MLB Extra Innings starts Opening Day with a Week Preview
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MLB is offering a preview of MLB Extra Innings this week starting today, March 31 and running through Sunday, April 6. The free preview comes just in time for today’s Opening Day games, for which 13 games are scheduled. Last night, the San Diego Padres won the first night game of the season beating the Dodgers 3-1.

The MLB Extra Innings is an add-on to your television service package that adds up to 100 games per week on your TV, as well as MLB.TV on your PC and mobile devices. This year, MLB.TV includes live streaming of out-of-market games.

MLB Extra Innings with DirecTV costs an extra $32.99 per month for 6 months, or $197.94 in one lump payment for the entire season. The package with Comcast costs $47.25 for 4 months, and Verizon charges $199 for the season.

The premium MLB service is available with most cable and telecommunications TV service providers as listed below. Check with your provider for to see if you can get the free preview this week.

  • DirecTV
  • iN DEMAND Game
  • Bright House Networks
  • Cablevision (iO)
  • Charter Communications
  • Comcast
  • Cox Communications
  • Midcontinent Communications
  • RCN
  • Suddenlink Communications
  • Time Warner Cable
  • Verizon FiOS

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  1. ruth

    I’m so disappointed. My 95 year old father – a life long Cubs fan stuck in Cardinal territory – will not be able to watch the Cubs on MLB Extra Innings this year. We just learned that it won’t be available through Charter Cable – the only choice in his assisted living apartment. While corporate interests may dictate who-carries-what, it does have real implications for the happiness of some folks who aren’t able to do much else to pass their time. This was one thing he really looked forward to each year.

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