Baseball fans who enjoy watching MLB games online will have to pay more for the service this season, but the additional $10 will, for the first time, provide access to minor league games as well. 

The MLB.TV streaming service for the 2023 season combines the previously separate major and minor league packages at a cost of $149.99, up from $139.99 last year. The MiLB.TV package by itself cost $49.99 last season.

In addition to live out-of-market MLB regular season and spring training action, MLB.com says subscribers will have access to more than 7,000 streamed minor league games from all Class AAA and AA teams, plus home games from more than 40 additional clubs in the lower minors. 

The sun sets in the sixth inning during a July 2021 game between the Colorado Rockies and the Seattle Mariners at Coors Field.

MLB also announced several other new features for this season. 

Within the MLB mobile apps, a new Watch hub will be debuting for 2023 to make more video content available than ever — both live programming and video on demand for fans’ favorite teams and all of MLB.

Also coming to select connected devices this season is the big-screen Gameday mode, with advanced data and pitch-by-pitch details to immerse fans in the game.

The MLB.TV package is also available for single-team coverage at $129.99 for the season.


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