Since I am in the Chicago market, I can't watch them on MLB when they play the Cubs or Sox. I cut back to just the Reds on MLB.tv which is a few bucks cheaper (about 85 bucks instead of 129) but I really don't need to be ODing on baseball. Plus I have the RailCats for live action. We get to 5 or 6 games a year. The American Assoc. also has live streaming which is a bit amateurish (unless it's St. Paul or Winnipeg) ... but it's ball. The teams don't have a lot of money for video and you might get a couple of camera angles. What you learn to expect from baseball on TV will spoil you. These streamings are probably worse than the original telecasts from 1948. All the same, free and fun. If you are an Am. Assoc. fan, they are a ton of value since the players aren't well known. When I was a kid, all we had usually was radio with Waite Hoyt or Claude Sullivan, later Al Michaels, McIntyre, all before Marty and Joe. There was a guy named George Bryson who did the TV games in the 50s. Country sort of fellow with a lot of clever comments. I would love to find some of that on youTube. Bryson probably did about 10 games a year. Reds on TV in those days was a rare treat. Hudepohl beer was their main sponsor. Waite Hoyt always did Burger Beer. Waite used to say homers went into Burgerville but I think they told him to stop saying that over some contract dispute.