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With the Super Bowl now mercifully over after a historic Sunday-night beatdown, it’s time for baseball to awaken from its winter slumber. MLB.TV Premium is one of the best reasons to be excited for any hardball season, and Major League Baseball Advanced Media has announced that the longest-running, most popular sports-streaming service is heading to the PS4 and Xbox One this year. This was certainly expected news, but now it’s official.

Given the day-in, day-out nature of baseball, MLB.TV is one of the better values for sports fans—particularly those living outside the local market of their favorite team, where blackout rules don’t apply. The service is available for $129.99 for the season (which works out to 80 cents per game if, for example, you watch all 162 of your chosen team’s games), which includes HD broadcasts, an in-game DVR, and the choice of home or away broadcasts, among other options. The subscription also includes At Bat 14, which allows for streaming on Apple and Android devices, along with Windows Phone 8.

MLB.TV Premium heads to PS4 and Xbox One this season

By | 02/4/2014 08:00 PM PT

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With the Super Bowl now mercifully over after a historic Sunday-night beatdown, it’s time for baseball to awaken from its winter slumber. MLB.TV Premium is one of the best reasons to be excited for any hardball season, and Major League Baseball Advanced Media has announced that the longest-running, most popular sports-streaming service is heading to the PS4 and Xbox One this year. This was certainly expected news, but now it’s official.

Given the day-in, day-out nature of baseball, MLB.TV is one of the better values for sports fans—particularly those living outside the local market of their favorite team, where blackout rules don’t apply. The service is available for $129.99 for the season (which works out to 80 cents per game if, for example, you watch all 162 of your chosen team’s games), which includes HD broadcasts, an in-game DVR, and the choice of home or away broadcasts, among other options. The subscription also includes At Bat 14, which allows for streaming on Apple and Android devices, along with Windows Phone 8.

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