Imagine Having Every Cardinal Game On Every Device You Own

by on April 10, 2012 · 12 comments

Seriously, just imagine having access to Cardinal games on your iPhone, Android device, iPod, iPad, laptop, every tv in your home, Macbook, and even the navigation screen in your car.  How much would that be worth to you, especially if you never had to worry about another blackout again?

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Peter April 10, 2012

Well, I’m currently paying about $150 a year for MLB.TV premium to get the games on my Apple TV and iPhone in Northwest Indiana, and I’d probably go about $100-$150 more before I threw in the towel and just whined about my lack of Yadi.

Dennis April 10, 2012

I’m with you there. I’d seriously consider $300 or more a year to have access on all devices.

OtherScreen April 10, 2012

I live in Charlotte which means I get blacked out when we play the Reds, Nationals and Braves (Orioles, too, but that’s so rare that it doesn’t matter).

Here’s my $100. Give me the Cardinals feed.

Dennis April 10, 2012

Considering how little they play the Reds (and they do so early in the season), this year isn’t looking too bad for you.

Rick April 10, 2012

MLB.TV is definitely the way to go; especially if you’re like me and you live in Montana…think in Seattle are the only games that are ever blacked out up here…

Dennis April 10, 2012

Yeah, I’ve got MLB.TV premium, but we live relatively close to St. Louis. It wouldn’t be an issue, but we use UVerse, because they have the most reliable ISP where we live.

James April 10, 2012

I’d pay at least 100, however, my bill is high enough as is

Dennis April 10, 2012

Haha. I understand that. We have combined billing for UVerse tv, internet, and wireless. I prefer to not look at the bill.

OtterMatt April 10, 2012

I’ve got regular, caffine-free MLB.tv, and I get ESPN3 with my AT&T internet, so I don’t miss much of anything, really, since I live in TX. The only games I can’t watch are the Astros and Rangers, but they’re both AL, so that won’t happen much.

Dennis April 10, 2012

Nice combination. Living in TX for about 10 years, and I still refer to the experience as the “Dark Age of Baseball” in my life. Really enjoyed games at the Astrodome and MInute Maid, though.

Ticky April 21, 2012

I have mlb.tv and live in Toronto, so I get blacked out from nothing.

Dennis April 22, 2012

Sounds pretty good, except for the whole living in Toronto thing. I’ve heard it is a great city, but it’s
not exactly the center of Cardinal Nation. ;)

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