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Yahoo expands sports streaming with daily MLB games

Blackouts still apply to local markets, though.
Billy Steele
April 4, 2016
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Opening Day is like Christmas for baseball fans, and Yahoo is giving them another reason to celebrate. 180, to be exact. Yahoo Sports announced today that it will stream one Major League Baseball game per day throughout the 2016 season. That's right, you'll be able to tune in free of charge to a daily matchup until the postseason begins. Each game will have commercials and, unfortunately, will remain blacked out in local markets as is typically the case with MLB broadcasts. There will also be plenty of analysis with Yahoo's Big League Stew baseball blog.

If you'll recall, Yahoo has live sports streams for NFL, NHL and PGA Tour under its belt. However, this is the first season-long daily schedule the company has offered, though the hockey games stream on a weekly basis. Ready to tune in? You can browse the full list of April's scheduled games right here. If you don't mind paying for a subscription to watch any game you want, there's always MLB.TV for a more robust slate of action from the diamond. And it's a little cheaper this season, too.

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