They lost me as a customer. I went to DirecTV to get MLB Extra Innings, and couldn't be happier. The extra HD and NFL Sunday ticket is a nice bonus.
I don't care....Between games on WPIX , NY( i have the superstation pack) ESPN, Fox national games, MASN( Nationals) Fox Sports Ohio( Yes I am in the Reds market too) TBS and Fox Sports South( Yep iam in the Braves market too...I see 70 -75 Mets games each season..The rest I just watch on my computer...MLB.tv....cheaper than MLB EI...
Just to clarify, everyone who qualifies for an RSN (AT100 and up) gets all the Alternate feeds, and if you are eligible to see another pro team you can see it on these channels. (Brewers and Astros get a lot of their games on the ALT channels, since they share an RSN with another team.) But if the other team you qualify for has an RSN to itself, then Multi-Sport is needed to watch the games.There ,you will find the Reds' games.
One does not have to sub to the multi-sport pack to get these games provided that person lives within that team's claimed territory and the game is not on a national network (ESPN, Fox).
Somebody on this board said one time that all Orioles and Nationals replays could be viwed without blackouts on MASN if you subscribe to the sports pcakage. Any truth to that?
Is that near the TX State line? What ar ethe first three numbers of your zip?I live in SW Oklahoma. My RSN is Fox SW. So I recieve the Rangers and Astro games. With the sports pack I get Fox Midwest which allows me to watch the Cardinal games.
for fans of teams like the Yankees or Blue Jays, you'd have to move every single series (in most cases) to see an entire season.