|QUOTE (macs3rd @ Jul 13 2012, 08:16 PM)|
| Just signing onto the UoTMonster. Thanks tracey for the Game Thread posts, (Here and on the other thread ) I'm trying really hard not to blow my stack because once again, I can not get MLB tv to show me the game,. .,..I know now that it is not my computer and having tried to use my husbands desktop, that it is not my connection.|
As much as I do love watching, this is on the way to being a waste of money: inching up to 50% of the time, unable to see the games. I've tried IE, Google Chrome.....every thing MLB has recommeded. Any helpful tops, Monsters?"
Reading the thread after tuning in late.
Great to see a win to start off the "second half" and great to see Aceves come out unrusty and ready to rumble. When he's on he's special.
I tried MLB.tv one season and had a similar experience, Macs. It was definitely not worth the expense to me since I have NESN, but the games i should have been able to see and couldn't were ridiculous.
I did find that if I got through MLB's help system to a real person, they were helpful and solved the problem. But I didn't re-up because I don't travel as much and the value isn't there.
If I were you, I'd keep contacting MLB and complaining until they get sick of you and fix it, or reduce the cost, or otherwise change their stupid, idiotic practice of keeping people from enjoying their product at a fair price.
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