- Dec 4, 2009
No NESN at my Metrowest hotel means I will be using that Free Game if the Day trick or camping out at Margarita’s down the street while I “work” remotely.Ah, opening day. And since the Sox are playing the Orioles I can't watch on MLB.TV even though I don't have cable and have no way to watch the O's home broadcast.
I guess I should look into a VPN. I'm sure there's a thread here somewhere, but what is the best option that won't break the bank? I've been living off pirate streams for years when the Sox are playing Baltimore, Washington, Atlanta or Cincinnati.Likely, but I don't know for sure. VPNs are your friend.
I signed up for NordVPN a few minutes ago and I'm still blacked out of Braves-Nationals. I've tried multiple servers in multiple countries and not having any luck.Right now it’s telling me the Yankees/Giants game is blacked out. WTH?
And I am not blacked out from the Nats game. Weird.I signed up for NordVPN a few minutes ago and I'm still blacked out of Braves-Nationals. I've tried multiple servers in multiple countries and not having any luck.
EDIT: I deleted and reinstalled MLB.tv on my phone and it seems to be working fine now.
Mighty fine of them to announce that right after fantasy rosters lock for the week. Off to a fantastic start!How's that big spending going for the Mets? Not so hot.