Major League Baseball has cut the price of the MLB.TV package of out-of-market games by $20 with three months left in the regular season, just one month after it cut the price by $25.

The new price, which was $139.99 to begin the season, is now $94.99. On June 1, MLB.TV cut the price from $139.99 to $114.99. (The monthly price has remained the same at $24.99.)

The plan’s single-team option, which was $119.99 at the start of the season, is now $74.99. The league cut the price from $119.99 to $99.99 on June 1 as well. (The single-team package enables you to follow a single team without paying the full price for all games and all teams (minus your local teams.).

For $94.99, a MLB.TV subscriber can now watch every remaining 2022 out-of-market regular season game on 400 supported devices, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, computers, smart phones and tablets, among others.

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The package’s features also include personalized game and content recommendations and an expanded library of programming including documentaries and classic games. There’s also a MLB Big Inning’ weeknight feature which offers action from around the league with live look-ins and breaking highlights.

Local blackouts still apply in the MLB TV package. You can not watch the team or teams in your local market with a MLB.TV subscription. You can determine which teams would be blacked out in your zip code here.

The league’s Extra Innings package, which is available on cable and satellite TV services, is not available for a reduced price at this time.

MLB TV, which offers a free seven-day trial, does not include Friday night doubleheader games that stream exclusively on Apple TV+, Sunday morning games that stream exclusively on Peacock, or YouTube’s Game of the Week broadcasts.

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