In Demand will help Major League Baseball throw out the first pitch on its upcoming season with a free preview of the sport’s out-of-market package.
MLB Extra Innings will be available as a freeview from April 1-7, showcasing some 80 games during the 2013 campaign’s first week.
The full package delivers over 2,000 out-of-market baseball game telecasts during the regular season, up to 80 contests each week. The early bird offer for digital customers is $189, a $10 savings off of the full-season price if they order before April 8. Systems will then offer the package at last year’s suggested retail price of $199, which includes such enhancements are dual-broadcast feeds and the multiscreen mosaic.
This season In Demand will distribute the MLB Extra Innings package to Comcast’s Xfinity, Time Warner Cable, Cox Communications, Bright House Networks, Verizon FiOS TV, Charter Communications, Cablevision Systems, RCN, Midcontinent, Service Electric Cable TV, MetroCast Communications and many independent affiliates serving avid fans across the nation.
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