Comes to PlayStation 3

Sony Computer Entertainment America has announced that content is now available on the PlayStation 3. Subscriptions for the service start at $19.95 a month or $99.95 for the entire season. A premium package is available for $24.95 a month or $119.95 for the season. Here are some bullet points from the press release:

  • Home and Away Feeds — Choose to watch either the home or away broadcast feed.
  • Live Game DVR Functionality — Use the live video overlay to pause and rewind live games or fast-forward back to live game action.
  • Scrollable Linescore — Go directly to any half-inning to watch only that portion of the game.
  • MLB Scoreboard — Scrollable league-wide scoreboard for each day’s games in three modes: Pre-game with scheduled starting pitchers; Live with up-to-the-minute game status; and Post-game with final pitching decisions and archived feed selection.
  • Favorite Team Selection — Pick a favorite team or teams to be featured first on the daily scoreboard.
  • Calendar Schedule — Scroll through the entire 2010 Major League Baseball schedule in calendar format or the user-designated favorite team’s schedule.

I know that a few of you are baseball fans and that some of you have excellent taste in teams (go Yankees!). Are you interested in‘s offering on the PlayStation 3? I’m very tempted. I’d love to be able to see Phil Hughes’ excellent game from yesterday, but don’t have a legal way to do it at the moment. Streaming live Yankee goodness in HD sounds excellent to me!

Author: RPadTV

7 thoughts on “ Comes to PlayStation 3”

  1. sounds great to me too ray, i just think that it would be a waste of money seeing as how im not awake during live broadcasts….and i work nights a phil hughes fantasy owner, so although i say to hell with the yankees, i say go phil hughes!!

  2. @ray

    im a fantasy baseball addict, so im looking at scores and stats all day on my phone, by the time i get home i already know who won EVERY game, and what happened in each game as well. I may get this anyways though, just for the weekends

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