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MLB.tv Cutting Off Parts Of Innings

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Anyone else who is using MLB.tv have it cut late back to the game?

I've repeatedly missed almost full ABs, several pitches, etc.

This product has not improved much at all since its invention.

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Madman81

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The quality is much improved since mlb.tv first came into play. I don't know what else you expect to improve. It shows the feeds that it gets.
 

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Watched it everyday this year, and hhave yet to have a problem.
 

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It isn't the feed, its some bozo not taking the Pac Man game off in time.

Elementary stuff.
 

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It isn't the feed, its some bozo not taking the Pac Man game off in time.

Elementary stuff.
HAHAHA

Yeah, that is odd.
 

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It isn't the feed, its some bozo not taking the Pac Man game off in time.

Elementary stuff.
I understand that. My questioning was towards your improvement statement.
 

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It isn't the feed, its some bozo not taking the Pac Man game off in time.

Elementary stuff.
It is really annoying. Personally, I don't see what is wrong with just letting the commercials through, unless it's some sort of liscencing issue. The only time where MLB should add a screen is when they have a direct satellite feed (the one without ads that the flagship station receives). Sometimes, the microphones are left open, which can be potentially incriminating to the announcers if they say anything indecent between innings. But yes, they should definitely monitor the feed better so no gameplay is missed.
 

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I think they don't show the ads because the advertisers are not paying MLB to broadcast outside of the actual television audience.

If they paid up, MLB would be more than happy to show 'em.
 

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I think they don't show the ads because the advertisers are not paying MLB to broadcast outside of the actual television audience.

If they paid up, MLB would be more than happy to show 'em.
I thought about that too, but they did let the commercials through during Spring Training. I guess they were more worried about getting Mosaic off the ground and selling more subscriptions than cutting the ads off. And yes, that "organ music"/crowd noise is really annoying.
 

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