Now that a couple of days have passed since the Bat Flip heard around the world, Canadians have collectively caught their breath and can look forward to the ALCS series against the Kansas City Royals. The pressing question now is, how can I stream the Jays for the rest of the postseason if I don’t have cable or satellite TV with a Sports package?
The answer is actually pretty easy if you have a high performing internet service at your home. MLB.tv is providing a $9.99 streaming option for the rest of the postseason which includes the ALCS, NLCS and World Series games, all without blackouts, if you live in Canada.
MLB.tv allows you to watch the games on your TV through an Apple TV app, Roku app, Xbox 360 or Xbox One as well as casting from your laptop to your TV through a Google Chromecast.
If you just want to listen to the game and are outside the broadcast range of a Rogers owned radio station such as Calgary’s The Fan 960, the only option is to listen to CBS Sports Radio which owns the rights to stream the audio in North America.
Whichever way you choose to follow the Jays, you have to be excited about their chances to win the World Series this year and hopefully the rest of the playoffs will be as exciting as the ALDS series win was. Go Jays!