Sony’s PlayStation Vue has added the MLB Network to its streaming lineup, just in time for the World Baseball Classic championship game, and the opening of the 2017 regular season.
The channel is available in Vue’s ‘Core’ plan and above, which starts at $34.99 in most markets but is $44.99 in some larger markets.
Vue, a live streaming service, is available on numerous streaming devices including the PlayStation, Roku, Amazon Fire TV and Apple TV.
MLB Network offers live games during spring training and the regular season, as well as studio shows, documentaries and even baseball-themed movies.
The network also has the exclusive rights to the WBC tournament games. USA last night defeated Japan, which will put it in the WBC championship game for the first time ever. The United States will play Puerto Rico tonight at 9 p.m. ET in the final.
— Phillip Swann