Tuesday, August 11, 2009

MLB Now Streaming Over Roku

If you're an out-of-market fan like I am, you should probably buy a Roku. What's a Roku? It's a little black box that streams high quality Netflix On-demand and Amazon Unbox programming to your TV. It costs like $100 bucks and as long as you already have Netflix, there is no additional fee. Amazon movies and shows cost a bit, but I've actually never used the Amazon part before.

Anyway, you can now stream MLB games on your Roku if you are signed up for the MLB.com streaming package.

I often watch Brewer games by hooking my laptop up to the TV. This is cumbersome and kind of ugly. (I use an s-video cable). I'm really looking forward to getting home and trying this out.


Unknown said...

how do you get brewers streaming when local market games are blacked out?

Unknown said...

sorry, just read you were a out of market fan, LOL, sorry

PaulNoonan said...

Yeah, if I had a workaround for the in-market problem, I'd be a wealthy person. Until I was thrown in jail.