Rox Spring Training TV Schedule

The MLB Network’s MLB.TV app is going on 12 years old this season and it is by far the best streaming service for those who follow sports.  You can watch games on over 400 different devices, including tablets, phones, AppleTV’s, gaming consoles and the ever-present computer, to name but a few.  The quality is generally amazing and for those that don’t enjoy the home town in-house root announcers, you can overlay the radio broadcast (home or away) over the top of the video or choose the alternate team video feed of the game.

While the main season may be filled with blackouts (the WORST thing to happen to sports since the invention of steroids), Spring Training is presented without blackouts and finds the Rockies televised nine times. Here are the dates and times of those broadcasts as well as The MLB Network and Root Sports:

SPRINGSCHEDULE

While you can pick up the yearly package here (http://mlb.mlb.com/mlb/subscriptions/index.jsp?product=mlbtv) it might be advantageous to wait until they post the monthly option if you are just looking into streaming spring training games.

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jaredean
jaredean
6 years ago

I’ve been using MLB.TV for over 5 seasons and really like it a lot. It isn’t perfect, but pretty darn close. Yes, it is a bit spendy, especially considering the blackout of games, but if you travel at all or don’t mind watching the game later in the evening (30 minutes after it is over), then you have yourself a winner…

Bob in Indy
Bob in Indy
6 years ago

I certainly prefer the flexibility of MLB.TV over the DirecTV package. The archive feature is great as you can go back to games in recent seasons and re-watch the great moments for the Rockies (as few as there have been). It’s great too that when you hear of a great feat or controversial play, you can go to your computer and quickly find that game and hear it from all four sources: home and away, radio and TV. Great fun… Read more »

rockymountainhigh
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rockymountainhigh
6 years ago

I’ve had the MLB.tv the last few years even though Rox games are blacked out in Denver area. Some of the benefits are as described by the previous posters. For me, I also attach the HDMI from the device to my big screen tv so I can watch the other games, mostly NL West teams in 4-way mosaic view, split screen view, or full screen view. Also love the archives and I can go back a few years if I… Read more »

Josh Moore
Josh Moore
6 years ago

MLB TV is pretty cool as long as you don’t mind not being able to see your home town team. You can stream all the games but when your home town team hits the road you will have to watch it through their sponsored network.

rockymountainhigh
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rockymountainhigh
6 years ago

Additional television schedule (other than MLB.tv): 03/13 @ A’s on MLBN 8:05 pm MDT (Thursday evening game) 03/16 @ Dodgers on MLBN 2:05 pm MDT (Sunday afternoon) 03/19 vs. Cubs on ROOT Sports RM 7:40 pm MDT (Wednesday evening game) 03/20 vs. Brewers on ROOT Sports RM 2:10 pm MDT (Thursday day game) 03/22 vs. (SS) Mariners on ROOT Sports RM 2:10 pm MDT (Saturday day game) 03/23 vs. Chisox on ROOT Sports RM 2:10 pm MDT (Sunday day game)… Read more »

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