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    Listening to games online

    Can you still listen to games on the internet? What is the site? Thanks.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    The free sites have all gone offline. The only way to listen online now is to subscribe at mlb.com.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    Most likely not. Because of MLB Gameday Audio.

    But if you can find a site... Its good... But most will be blacked out/taken off the air.
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    Re: Listening to games online

    Some people have been having luck with this site... http://thegamelive.com/
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    Re: Listening to games online

    Quote Originally Posted by TeamBoone
    Some people have been having luck with this site... http://thegamelive.com/
    Not any longer.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    I listened to todays game via that site.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    Pay the money, it's 13 or 14 dollars. I listen to day games at work, it's like marty and steve are in the room, very good audio.
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    Re: Listening to games online

    Quote Originally Posted by 2844
    Not any longer.
    You can still get the game on there,but it takes a while sometime.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    People want to listen free, watch for free, and cheaper tickets.

    Where do they think payroll comes from?
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    Re: Listening to games online

    MLB TV is crap. I am lucky to get 50% of the games to work.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    Quote Originally Posted by GAC
    People want to listen free, watch for free, and cheaper tickets.

    Where do they think payroll comes from?
    I see what you're saying GAC, but radio has been, and should always be free, IMO. MLB trying to bleed every last dollar out of it's fans is one of the reasons the sport has lost popularity.

    CBS ran free live streaming feeds of all of the NCAA basketball tournament games on it's website. I know which I love more, but look at which is more popular.
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    Re: Listening to games online

    I was a charter subscriber to MLB Gameday Audio until MLB.TV came out and I have subscribed to it every year since. I grit my teeth every spring when I enter my credit card number, but in the long run, I figure some of that money I pay benefits the Reds, which is certainly fine with me.

    I try not to think about the part that benefits certain other teams.

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    Re: Listening to games online

    mlb audio is worth the money. for only 15 bucks you can listen to any game anytime.
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    Re: Listening to games online

    Quote Originally Posted by toledodan
    mlb audio is worth the money. for only 15 bucks you can listen to any game anytime.
    Indeed it is, when the gameday Audio page is working, that is. All kinds of trouble son opening Day (VERY frustrating), but all the kinks seem to have been worked out since then.

    If the technology is working, I think $15 is a reasonable price to pay for a yearly audio subscription. I've been getting it every year since they began offering it, and its great.

    Of course, I'm also getting Extra Innings for free thanks to a screw-up by the local cable TV provider. Not that I'm complaining.
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    Re: Listening to games online

    I think a couple of the free streams on thegamelive work from time to time, but are not something you can count on. I always listened to WKKI or that station on athensi.com and neither have worked this year to my knowledge. The bad thing about the MLB.com feed is that it is anywhere from 7-15 seconds behind my directTV FSNOH feed. WKKI over the net last year was about 2-5 seconds behind. Thats the only downside to mlb.com. I think there has been one time this year I've had problems with it.
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