Saturday, June 02, 2007

MLB Gameday Audio

Probably the best bargain out there amongst sports audio.

You get a year's worth of live Major League Baseball games. Every game is available with your choice of the home or away radio station's announcers (plus alternate audio for teams like the Diamondbacks who also broadcast in Spanish). If that wasn't enough, you can also listen to past games in the archive.

A whole year is just $15. MLB.com has other subscription choices as well, but if you like listening to baseball, this is a no-brainer.

Update: in case anyone cares, it looks like the internet broadcast is approximately 45 seconds behind the radio broadcast. Also, as best I can tell, not only can you access 2007 game archives, but 2006 as well.

Note to the NBA: you need to start doing this! I'd love to listen to Al McCoy broadcast the Phoenix Suns games. I'm sure I'm not the only one who is a fan of the broadcasters as well as the teams.

2 comments:

Kelley said...

I would LOVE to listen to Suns games too if I could hear Al McCoy. Growing up, my Dad & I used to always watch the game with the TV muted and the radio turned to KTAR.

Gummby said...

That's funny. We did the same thing. Sometimes when the picture & sound were far off we'd shut off the TV, though--it was just too annoying.

I actually called Mom & Dad one time this season and had them set their phone up next to the radio so I could hear him call a few plays.