As a baseball fan, you might be wondering about the cost of MLB Extra Innings and MLB.TV. These services offer comprehensive coverage of Major League Baseball games, but their pricing structures can be a bit complex. Let's break it down.
What is MLB Extra Innings?
MLB Extra Innings is a subscription package offered by participating pay TV providers that allows you to watch out-of-market MLB games on television. The service is an excellent companion for any TV plan that already includes MLB's national channels and your regional sports network (RSN). With MLB Extra Innings, you'll have access to every MLB game all season long.
Pricing for MLB Extra Innings
The baseline price for MLB Extra Innings is $149.99 per year. However, the price can vary between cable and satellite TV providers, and some providers offer monthly installments ranging from $56.00–$139.00/mo. or $64.99–$154.99/mo.
What is MLB.TV?
MLB.TV is a streaming package that enables subscribers to view out-of-market MLB games live and on demand online on computers and supported mobile and connected devices. It offers two primary subscription plans: MLB.TV All Teams ($94.99 a year) and MLB.TV Single Team ($74.99 a year).
Pricing for MLB.TV
MLB.TV offers a monthly subscription at $24.99/month or an annual subscription at $94.99/year. There's also a single-team package that allows users to stream the out-of-marker games of one team for $129.99/year. Amazon Prime members can subscribe to MLB.TV for $24.99/month or a yearly plan of $149.99.