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.

3 comments:

DUHAAS said...

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

DUHAAS 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.