Why does it seem as if the out of market MLB package is the only out of market package that has double standards? With both NBA League Pass and NHL Center Ice, the schedule and broadcast feeds seem identical for satellite, cable, and internet. Yet with MLB there always seems to be discrepancies. As an example, the practice in the past has been to have all MLB out of market games played before 7PM Eastern Time on Saturday blacked out from being shown in the EI package due to FOX exclusivity on Saturdays. Although I have never agreed or liked this practice, I have come to accept this during the season. However, a quick review of MLB.TV's web site shows that it will not black out games that start prior to 1:10PM EDT on Saturday. Therefore, three games that start today at 1:05, 1:05, and 1:10 respectively will be shown on MLB.TV while both DirecTV and InDemand are blacked out from showing these games. What the hell gives? I am only looking for some sort of equality, which I guess will never happen with MLBEI. I know it's only three games, but why should MLB.TV subs be allowed to see these games while the rest of us are under a "national blackout" due to FOX? I for one am getting sick and tired of the games MLB is playing with this package. I very much enjoy MLBEI on D* but there definitely needs to be some sort of standard that all parties involved can come up with. If Saturday afternoon baseball is exclusively reserved for FOX then so be it, just please have everybody play by the same rules.