MLB.TV streaming World Series for first time

MLB.TV streaming World Series for first time

KANSAS CITY -- Large numbers of fans have been watching the first live streams of World Series action, representing a milestone in Major League Baseball broadcast delivery and allowing fans to watch on the go with an MLB.TV subscription.

Each Giants-Royals game televised by FOX in the 110th Fall Classic is also available live online and via mobile to existing MLB.TV subscribers at no additional cost, and for those who want to get in on the action, at just $9.99 with no blackout restrictions.

To be part of history in this one, join the masses who subscribe to the Internet's longest-running and No. 1 sports streaming product and then complete a one-time authentication with your participating TV provider. FOX's telecast of this summer's All-Star Game was also streamed live for the first time.

This offer includes more than 200 live Spring Training games, as the first month of MLB.TV, a $24.99 value, comes for free in 2015.

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.