This Thursday (March 30), baseball is back! After a long off-season, fans are starting to get excited. Especially after the World Baseball Classic, which had Japan winning 3-2 over the USA in an exciting game. RELATED: 12 Things in Travel You Need to Know Today
All 30 teams will play on Thursday and according to NBC Sports, “the 2023 MLB Season will debut a few rule changes including bigger bases, a pitch timer, and defensive shift restrictions.

Bigger Bases: All bases, with the exception of home plate, will now be 18 inches square. Prior to this change, bases were 15 inches square.
Pitch Timer: Pitchers will now have 15 seconds to throw a pitch if the bases are empty and 20 seconds to throw a pitch if there’s a runner on base. Additionally, there will be a 30-second timer between batters.
Defensive Shift: All four infielders are required to be on the infield with two on each side of second base at the time a pitch is thrown.”

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This should hopefully speed up the game a bit and make it more exciting. Just in time, T-Mobile is bringing back a popular promotion that I’ve written about for the last three years. Today through Tuesday, April 4 at 4:59 a.m. ET (one week from now), all T-Mobile users can redeem a free, year-long subscription to, which streams full, live MLB games. It’s a $149.99 value.

If you’re a T-Mobile user like I am, this means a couple of clicks gets you access to hundreds of out-of-market MLB games for free all season. And this year, it’s in addition to an subscription. All you have to do is sign up through the T-Mobile Tuesdays app using the instructions here. Just make sure you do it by April 12!

FYI: I took the photo above when I attended MLB’s Opening Day in 2014. It was in Sydney, Australia! Here are my photos.


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7 Comments On "How to Get Free MLB.TV"
  1. Annie|

    The problem with the free MLB TV is that they blackout all the local games, which is all we are interested in.

    1. Johnny Jet|

      But you should be able to watch local games on TV, no? I live in L.A. so watching my beloved Yankees for free is amazing

  2. VegasWayne|

    Las Vegas doesn’t have a MLB team, yet. So I should get all the games.
    Thanks Johnny!

  3. Susan Fogarty|

    We are Angel’s fans, and we’re very upset when we couldn’t watch their 2nd game. My husband finally found it on his
    I phone on Apple TV. He said their commentators were horrible, talking about unrelated things instead of the game action.

  4. Paula|

    Any suggestions about how to watch or stream the tennis grand slams?

  5. JP|

    Blacked-out local games include road games. So, what’s the point of this app?

    1. Johnny Jet|

      I live in L.A. but am a Yankees fan so I can watch every game except when they’re on national tv or in L.A.

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