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MLB.TV offers up free preview for fans today

Major League Baseball clubs are about to break camp at Spring Training, and it will mean something special for fans between now and Opening Day.

MLB.TV, the Internet's longest running and most prolific live video subscription service, is offering a free preview today, streaming eight more exhibition games featuring clubs back in their summer-long homes or in the general area.

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Each free preview will be available across every MLB.TV-supported device. Today's schedule includes eight more free games, including Giants at A's at 4:05 p.m. ET and Dodgers at Angels in the Freeway Series starting at 9:05 p.m. ET.

Signups are under way for the 11th season of the technology that changed sports as we know it today. MLB.TV Premium will continue to support more than 350 mobile and connected devices, including through the highest-grossing sports app of all time, MLB.com At Bat 13, on smartphones and tablets and those platforms listed here.

MLB.TV Premium subscribers will once again receive an exclusive offer to get a free subscription to At Bat 13 on iPhone, iPad and Android smartphones and tablets.

"I signed up for MLB.TV three or four years ago and have never looked back," said Peter Drozda, a market-research analyst for a scaffolding-solutions company in the Milwaukee area and an MLB.TV Premium subscriber who follows the Red Sox, Brewers and Royals. "I use MLB.TV on my iPhone and/or iPad when I'm at the office or out of town, and on my Apple TV at home. I am eagerly counting down the days until I have a full slate of games waiting for me to turn on when I arrive home at night, and am even more excited to have day games to listen to while at work."

Refer to the complete schedule for a list of available games during today's preview. Spring Training exhibitions are not subject to blackout restrictions.

Mark Newman is enterprise editor of MLB.com. Read and join other baseball fans on his MLB.com community blog. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.

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