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Roku Player Streams Live MLB Games

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Roku, Inc has just announced that MLB.TV Premium subscribers can now watch live MLB games from across the country using the Roku digital video player. With an MLB.TV Premium subscription and the Roku player, customers will be able to enjoy live, out-of-market baseball games in high definition quality where available as well as access to on-demand games from the past week.

Enjoy great baseball action daily in an easy to navigate interface all from the comfort of your couch using the included Roku remote control, including features such as pause, rewind, fast forward and resume, as well as access to archived games up to seven days old.

Pricing and availability
If you already have a Roku player, it will automatically display your new MLB.com channel in the next few days — as soon as you receive the automatic update. Can’t wait? To update your player immediately, click the ‘Settings’ button, then ‘Player Info’ and select ‘check for update’ (if this does not work for you the first time, try again immediately).

If you are not an MLB.TV Premium customer, go to www.mlb.com/roku for more information on how to sign up. If you are not a Roku customer, visit roku.com to purchase a Roku player for only $99. With a Roku player you can also take advantage of movies and TV shows available instantly from Netflix and Amazon Video On Demand.

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