The Major League Baseball season is in full swing (see what I did there?), and there’s no good reason you shouldn’t be able to get all the content you need beamed to your TV in a cheap and inexpensive way. The official MLB.TV app is here to give you what you need, with Google announcing that the app has been hooked up with full support for Chromecast on both Android and iOS.
As with most premium sports streaming packages, you won’t be able to watch a game using the service if the team is playing in the same city you’re in, but if you happen to be stuck in on the east coast and need to keep up with your Dodgers, this is the way to go. You’ll need a premium subscription if you want to go to bat with the app, but as long as you’ve taken care of that then you’re in for a real Chromecast treat whenever the upgrade hits Google Play later today.
- Google exec confirms Chromecast V2 and Backdrop API for developers
- New Chromecast at FCC
- Chromecast update adds long requested feature
- Google Cast replaces Chromecast category in Google Play Store
TAGS: Chromecast, Major League Baseball, MLB, MLB.TV