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You'll be able to stream the 2016 MLB season at 60FPS on the Xbox One and Xbox 360

MLB has announced that it is bringing live streaming at 60FPS to the Xbox One and Xbox 360. Those that subscribe to MLB.TV Premium will be able to watch over 275 spring training games, 2,430 regular season games (with over 100 streamed live every week), as well as the World Series and the 87th All-Star Game at 60FPS from either console.

The yearly premium subscription now costs $109, a reduction of $20. There's also a Single Team package for $84.99, which lets you watch a single team's out-of-market regular season games live. If you're already subscribed and wish to change to the Single Team Package, head here.

To watch MLB games on the Xbox One, you'll have to download the MLB.TV app from the Xbox Store, and log in to the app using your MLB.TV Premium or Single Team credentials.

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26 Comments
  • To watch MLG games. Hehe
  • I did a double take on that.
  • Too much MLG, too little MLB has that effect. And fixed.
  • Yet I could watch them in 4k on cable
  • They're not broadcast in 4K.
  • This season it will be(for TO home games at least) besides nhl
  • TO games?
  • You're really watching them at 1080p . just harder to tell when you have a good tv m8. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Re: rocky294444,
    m8?
    Posted via Windows Central App for "Windows" Phone.
  • Mate :)
  • I very much doubt that.
  • I love baseball but I'll Never part those rates. How sad! Tv rights get bought by one tv provider (territorial monopoly), put behind a wall (cost of service) and millions of fans either conform to these controls or get completely shut out. I love baseball. But I hate the way it bitchslaps it's fans
  • What the everloving hell are you smoking? I mean, that's the most misguided complaint I've read in a while. MLB is actually THE VERY BEST at digital delivery of games, save for the unavoidable (for now) blackouts. Try to get NFL streaming, it's stupidly expensive and requires an account with DirectTV or Verizon, I think. NBA League Pass is about the same price for half a season ($99), and the have no Windows app. MLB.TV gives you every out-of-market game (except MAYBE the national ones) for $110, you can watch on basically every as well. You're getting 2,000+ games for $110, how is that a rip-off when a month of cable can cost that or more? A Hulu subscription costs the same amount, and it's not live content, it's backlogged stuff. It's about the price of Netflix. It's cheaper than Groove Music. You're making just no sense here. There's a reason that the NHL just paid baseball to handl NHL streaming, and it's because they've long been the best of the major sports with the feature.
  • Oh, it's worse than that. I would be happy to pay to see my in-market team. It's a 4 hour drive so obviously I can't get to every game. Or even more than some of the games. NOPE. Even if you pay for this you can't watch your "local" team live. What?!?
  • "The yearly premium subscription now costs $109, a reduction of $20. There's also a Single Team package for $84.99, which lets you watch a single team's out-of-market regular season games live. If you're already subscribed and wish to change to the Single Team Package, head here." Thank you, lawsuit! Here's hoping we get a more stable W10 app this season.
  • Does the new 60fps feature work on their windows 10 app and when seeing games on a browser? Can find that info online just the devices that are getting the 60fps
  • No news on a new at Bat app yet.I've e-mailed MLB support to clarify .Hope they will continue mobile support.....if not this will be the last straw for me,I'll reluctantly get an Iphone.
  • Re: shirleyboy,
    I filled out the customer support form at
    http://m.mlb.com/promo/contactusharterhanksen
    asking to update last years At Bat app. I picked "unknown" in the OS dropdown. Microsoft Windows Phone wasn't listed. I did pick "8.1" in the Version dropdown.
    Everyone should contact Customer Service and ask for last years app to be updated. Not much work.
  • Will do. I will likely be subscribing. My tax return will give the gift of baseball.
  • 60 fps entered the lexicon of buzzwords
  • Maybe it's just me, but 60FPS videos on YouTube just feel wrong. They are too fluid for a film/tv type of output for me - Where as in the majority of games it's much nicer, in video it just "feels" wrong to me. Never watched any baseball in 60FPS, so maybe it does work well for sports?
  • Already signed up but excellent news! Fave sport on my fave console. #Yankees
  • Who says there will be a windows 10 app ? No mention of support for 2016.
  • Re: shirleyboy,
    Last year, the prior year app continued to work. After the season started and many requests, they updated the app. This year, last years app still works (well, it works as well as it did last year).
    Everyone should keep contacting Customer Support.
  • I wish the NBA streaming service was this good, and that the NFL one was this cheap.
  • As soon as Nascar does all thier races as a season pass or like this im getting rid of cable.